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  • n. Plural form of entisol.

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Examples

  • The soils can be classified as entisols that are highly acidic, fragile and easily eroded, particularly by high rainfall levels.

    Cocos Island moist forests

  • The soils are mainly ultisols and alfisols in the south with entisols in the north.

    East Sudanian savanna

  • Soils are predominantly inceptisols, but entisols are also common in the slopes and areas exposed to erosion.

    Venezuelan Andes montane forests

  • The Sand Hills consist of various dune types and interdunal valleys, dominance of Cenozoic sands, and a distinct soil type (entisols).

    Nebraska Sand Hills mixed grasslands

  • The soils of the ecoregion are mainly entisols, with some aridisols found towards the north and alfisols on the highest land.

    Sahelian Acacia savanna

  • The majority of the soils in the central part and eastern patches are ultisols, the western arms of the ecoregion consist of entisols and oxisols in the Serras.

    Mato Grosso tropical dry forests

  • The soils of the southeast portion of the ecoregion are mainly aridisols, with entisols around Lake Turkana Basin.

    Northern Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets

  • Inceptisols are young soils that are more developed than entisols.

    Soil

  • Soil types have not been well defined; however, most soils are entisols with alfisols and inceptisols in upland areas.

    Arizona Mountains forests

  • The soils of the ecoregion are mainly ultisols and alfisols to the south, with entisols found to the north.

    West Sudanian savanna

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