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Accumulation of organo-metallic complexes in laterites and the formation of Aluandic Andosols in the Nilgiri Hills (southern India) : similarities and differences with Umbric Podzols.

Bibliographic reference Caner, L ; Petit, S ; Joussein, E ; Fritscherova, E ; Herbillon, Adrien. Accumulation of organo-metallic complexes in laterites and the formation of Aluandic Andosols in the Nilgiri Hills (southern India) : similarities and differences with Umbric Podzols.. In: European Journal of Soil Science, Vol. 62, no. 5, p. 754-764 (octobre 2011)
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