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Appendix To "Report On The Land Units Of Mt. Bundey Station."

Details:

Title

Appendix To "Report On The Land Units Of Mt. Bundey Station."

Creator

Fogarty, P. J. (Peter John)

Collection

E-Publications; PublicationNT; E-Books; Technical Report LRD78011

Date

1980-00-00

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Notes

Date:1980

Language

English

Series

Technical Report LRD78011

File type

application/pdf.

Copyright owner

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Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/230202

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/671312

Page content

Technical Report LRD78011 Viewed at 09:08:18 on 27/08/2009 Page 120 of 120. ~ '\ :; ~ ~ "', o. 12. Sandy yellow massive earth; site 119; Gn2.21 Parent material : Upper Proterozoic sandstone (?) Vegetation : Woodland, E. tet4odonta dominant units : 4a2. Horizon depth (cm) 0- 10 10- 50 50-100 + Description Dark greyish brown (lOYR 3/2) sandy loam, massive, earthy, dry hard, pH 6.0, minor ferruginous gravels, clear to Yellowish brown (lOYR 5/6) light sandy clay loam, massive, earthy, dry hard, pH 6.0, 5% ferruginous gravels, gradual to Strong brown (7.5YR 5/6) sandy clay loam, massive, earthy, dry hard, 5% ferruginous gravels. ,---------------// --~ Yellow massive earth, site 89; Gn2.25 Parent material : Upper Proterozoic sediments (?) Vegetation : open woodland, dominants E. clav~gena with dense Melaleuca understory .. Units : 4bl. Horizon depth (cm) 0- 5 5- 20 A2 20-100 + B2 Description Dark yellowish brown (lOYR 4/4) silty loam, massive, earthy, dry hard, pH 6.0, gradual to Brownish yellow (lOYR 6/6) clay loam, massive earthy, dry hard, pH 6.5, clear to Strong brown (7.5YR 5/8) light clay, massive, earthy, dry very hard, pH 6.5. ---------------// Grey clay; site 61; Ufl.41 Parent material : alluvium of Mary River Vegetation : open grassland, scattered E. ~~otheca Units: 5g. Horizon' depth (cm) 0- 5 5- 50 50-80 + B2 Description Greyish brown (lOYR 5/2) light clay, dry very hard, massive, earthy, pH 5.5, clear to Light brown (7.5YR 6/4) medium clay, dry extremely hard, massive, earthy, pH 4.5, clear to Grey (lOYR 6/1) heavy clay, dry extremely hard, massive, earthy, extensive mottling, pH 5.0. ---------------// ;; .


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