Gleying and pH

Ben Wilson bwilson at teis.mur.csu.edu.au
Thu Nov 13 01:55:06 EST 1997


Gleying doesn't affect pH.  A waterlogged condition will cause a gley
colour and generally a high pH by reducing Fe compunds which can
release hydroxide. So they can often occur together,
b

On Tue, 11 Nov 1997 19:39:14 -0400, Brett Nodello <v7re at unb.ca> wrote:

>Can someone please explain how gleying influences soil pH.  Thanks.
>
>Brett
>http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Trails/1039/

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Dr Ben Wilson
School of Environmental and Information Science
Charles Sturt University
Albury, NSW, Australia





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