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Methods for high-resolution soil-landscape modeling in midwest upland landscapes
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
. These methods were tested in the upland landscapes of northern Missouri. Sensors, especially DRS, successfully estimated profile clay and organic carbon. Peak functions were valuable for modeling profile clay content and covariates of clay. Coherent depth...
Elemental concentration changes in soil and stockpiled tall fescue leaves after liming
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
of stockpiled tall fescue. Others have predicted that liming will increase P and decrease aluminum (Al) availability to plants in the types of soils used in this study. Study sites were located at the University of Missouri's Southwest Center (SWC) and Bradford...