- adj. Resembling or relating to podzol.
“Haplorthods (brown podzolic soils) are most common and contain moderately thick forest floor layers with well-developed humus.”
“Brown podzolic soils are found on acid Wisconsinan drift, and gray brown podzolic soils occur on alkaline or near-neutral glacial deposits; soils are markedly different than those of Ecoregion 58h.”
“Red yellow podzolic soils cover driftless uplands underlain by gneiss, and red yellow podzols are found on Pre-Wisconsinan drift; soils are markedly different from those of Ecoregion 58i.”
“Large limestone areas occur in northern Sumatra, and they are associated with brown podzolic and renzina soils.”
“A wide range of soils is found, the best represented are yellow earth, mountain yellow earth, yellow brown earth, mountain dark brown earth and subalpine podzolic soil.”
“The oldest metamorphic rocks have given rise to moderately deep medium-textured red or yellow loams; granite rocks and acid volcanics to deeper red podzolic soils and xanthozems; and basalts to deep to very deep krasnozems.”
“These occur throughout the sanctuary as either wet or dry, and most appear to be located on, or around, granite intrusions in areas with red-yellow podzolic soil and may be associated with the massive faults or lineaments in the intensely folded geomorphology of this area.”
“The forested regions of southern Ontario and the temperate rainforests of British Columbia normally have podzolic soils.”
“The predominant soil type is red-yellow podzolic soils.”
“Weathering of rhyolites produces yellow podzolic soils of much lower fertility.”
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