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THE SOIL AND GEOMORPHOLOGIC LIMITS BETWEEN THE COPOU HILLSLOPE AND CACAINA FLOODPLAIN (IASSY AREA)

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Author(s): Mihai Niculita | Constantin Rusu

Journal: Soil Forming Factors and Processes from the Temperate Zone
ISSN 1582-4616

Volume: 9;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 31;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: soil geomorphology | soil catena | geomorphometrical landform classification | DEM

ABSTRACT
Soil geomorphology is seen as the area of interaction between pedology and geomorphology, studying the spatial and temporal relations between soil and landscapes. In this sense, the spatial relations between soil type and processes, and geomorphologic processes and landforms, from the Copou hillslope and Cacaina floodplain soil catena were investigated, using soil sections, field mapping, DEMs and geomorphometric landform classifications. These spatial relations were named limits, being separated two types of limits: an landslide lobe limit and an colluvium one.
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