Organic Matter and Aggregate Size Interactions in Infiltration, Seal Formation, and Soil Loss

  • Lado M
  • Paz A
  • Ben-Hur M
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Abstract

The objectives of this study were to investigate (i) the effect of soil organic matter (OM) content on the mechanisms that form a seal, and (ii) the OM content and aggregate size interactions in seal properties, infiltration rate (iii), and soil loss. Two samples of sandy loam (Humic Dystrudept) designated low-OM soil (2.3% by weight OM) and high-OM soil (3.5% OM) were studied. Aggregate sizes

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  • M. Lado

  • A. Paz

  • M. Ben-Hur

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