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Record number 70246
Title Genesis and solution chemistry of acid sulfate soils in Thailand
Author(s) Breemen, N. van
Source Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen. Promotor(en): L.J. Pons, co-promotor(en): J. van Schuylenborgh. - Wageningen : Pudoc - ISBN 9789022006009 - 263
Department(s) Laboratory of Soil Science and Geology
Publication type Dissertation, internally prepared
Publication year 1976
Keyword(s) bodemtaxonomie - bodemclassificatie - bodemtypen - bodem ph - bodemaciditeit - zure gronden - kattekleigronden - natuurlijke hulpbronnen - sulfaten - gips - thailand - soil taxonomy - soil classification - soil types - soil ph - soil acidity - acid soils - acid sulfate soils - natural resources - sulfates - gypsum - thailand - cum laude
Categories Agriculture in Asia / Petrography and Mineralogy / Thermodynamics
Abstract To study short-term and long-term chemical processes in periodically flooded acid sulfate soils in the Bangkok Plain and in various smaller coastal plains along the Gulf of Thailand, 16 acid sulfate soils and one non-acid marine soil were examined for distribution of iron-sulfur compounds, elemental composition of soil and clay, clay mineralogy, redox potential, pH, and ionic activities in the soil solution.

The application of thermodynamics to mineral-water interactions enlightened various aspects of sulfate reduction, weathering and transformation of minerals (with emphasis on iron oxides, jarosite and clay minerals), and acid production and pH buffering reactions in the soils.

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