Geochemical patterns in the soils of Zeeland

natural variability versus anthropogenic impact
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Koninklijk Nederlands Aardrijkskundig Genootschap, Universiteit Utrecht , Utrecht
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[J Spijker]. Therefore a large geochemical survey, using a consequent sampling design and analytical methods, was done in Zeeland, south-west of the Netherlands. The young Holocene marine clayey sediments in the agricultural area were sampled at two depths in the profile, using the deeper layer as a by: Request PDF | Geochemical patterns in the soils of Zeeland: Natural variability versus anthropogenic impact | Despite the changeover from curative measurements and remediation to Author: Job Spijker.

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