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Corrugated Iron Pan

Nature volume 180, pages 12761277 (07 December 1957) | Download Citation

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THE morphology of lateritic and ironstone concretions is generally attributed to soil texture1, groundwater movements2,3 and variations in the soil aggregates upon which deposition takes place4,5.

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    , Rep. Sixth Int. Congr. Soil Sci., 5, 421 (1956).

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    , Pub. I.N.E.A.C., Ser. Sci., 62, 116 (1954).

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    , J. Soil Sci., 3, 287 (1952).

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    , J. Soil Sci., 6, 68 (1955).

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    , J. Geol., 56, 222 (1948).

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  1. Department of Geography, University of Malaya, Singapore.

    • ROBERT Ho

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