Heavy Metal Monitoring Alligator Rivers Region Uranium Province 1979
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Physiographic situation Grid reference Photographic reference Run off Permeability Site drainage depth (cm) Surface 0-4 4 - 30 30 - 40 40 - SO SO - 70 70 - 110 LNL26 AS8 hor. 1 2 3 4 S 6 SITE NO. M127 Flood Plain 269S30 - 8612880 Run N Slow 23 151 Very slow Poor No. E PROFILE DESCRIPTION Factual Key Ug S089 35 description Hard set, with slight cracking, grassed and pugged. Very dark greyish brown (lOYR 3/2) organic clay loam with massive structure, earthy fabric and dry hard consistence. Faint, 2%, 5mm root channel mottling present. .5. Black (10YR 2/1) light medium clay with structure, fabric as above and dry very hard consistence. Faint, 2%, Smm root channel mottling present. pH 4.S. Very dark grey (10YR 3/1) organic clay loam with structure, fabric as horizon 2 and dry hard consistence. Faint, 20%, lSmm yellow brown mottling and root stain mottling present. 4.0. Black (lOYR 2/1) organic light medium clay with structure, fabric as horizon 4 and slightly moist very firm consistence. Faint, 20%, Smm yellow brown mottling present. pH 4.S. Yellowish brown (lOYR S/4) light with structure, fabric as horizon 3 and moist friable consistence. White amorphouse substance profile (unidentified). pH 4.S. Very dark greyish brown (lOYR 3/2) heavy clay with massive structure, earthy fabric and moist firm consistence. Distinct, 20%, lSmm yellow brown mottling present. pH 4.0.
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