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  • n. a microclimate within soil that integrates the combined effects of its temperature, water content and aeration.

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  • The real soil climate (pedoclimate) depends on both regional climate and unique features of the soil, such as depth, color, texture, and its position on the landscape.

    Soil forming factors

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