Clay minerals of some soil subgroup along the western side of Sinai peninsula between El- Kantara shark and Suez cities [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Summary language: Arabic Description: p.1919-1938Other title:
  • معادن الطين فى بعض تحت مجموعات الأراضى الواقعة على طول الجانب الغربى لشبه جزيرة سيناء بين مدينتى القنطرة شرق والسويس [Added title page title]
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  • Zagazig journal of agricultural research, 2003 v. 30 (5) [electronic resource].
Subject(s): Online resources: In: Zagazig Journal of Agricultural Research 2003.v.30(5)Summary: Sixteen pedons were selected to represent the soils east of the Bitter lakes between El-Kantar Shark and Suez cities along the western part of Sinai peninsula in Egypt. According to the soil Taxonomy (1998), the studied soils 'are-Classifiedras Typic Haplocalcids, Gypsic Haplosalids, Typic Torriorthents and Typic Torripsamments. The clay fraction was separated from Some soil samples representing the taxonomic units for mineralogical analysis.
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Sixteen pedons were selected to represent the soils east of the Bitter lakes between El-Kantar Shark and Suez cities along the western part of Sinai peninsula in Egypt. According to the soil Taxonomy (1998), the studied soils 'are-Classifiedras Typic Haplocalcids, Gypsic Haplosalids, Typic Torriorthents and Typic Torripsamments. The clay fraction was separated from Some soil samples representing the taxonomic units for mineralogical analysis.

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