Typic Haplaquoll from Santa Olalla Lagoon (Doñana National Park, southwestern Spain)
by Antonio Jordán, University of Seville, Sevilla, Spain
The soil bordering the Santa Olalla Lagoon develops from aeolian sands and has a mollic A horizon 50 centimeters thick, with a high content of organic matter (about 9-10%). Soil texture is sandy loam (surface) to sandy (in depth) and soil pH varies between ~5 at the surface and ~8 at 150 cm deep.
Taken on 19
Submitted on 20 June 2019
Credit: Antonio Jordán (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)
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