halomorphic


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halomorphic

(ˌhæləˈmɔːfɪk)
adj
(Geological Science) geology containing or resulting from the presence of neutral salts or alkaline salts or the presence of both
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Effects of Halomorphic Soils Conditions on Plant Numbers Emerging in Square Meter of Some Perennial Forage Species.
The following types can be identified: levigated chernozems (cambic, and argillaceous-illuvial), brown-red soils on the silvo-steppe loess plains, as well as mosaics of soils on the dunes (psammosols), chernozem soils, brown-red soils) and interdunes (wet soils due to the underground waters, gleic, hidromorphic and halomorphic soils).