gcmd_keyword : SOILS>SOIL SALINITY/SOIL SODICITY

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definition The term salinity refers to the presence of the major dissolved inorganic solutes, essentially Na, Mg, Ca, K, Cl, SO4, HCO3, and CO3, in aqueous samples. As applied to soils, it refers to the soluble plus readily dissolvable salts in the soil or, more usually, in an aqueous extract of a soil sample. Salinity is quantified in terms of the total concentration (or, occasionally, the content) of such soluble salts.
identifier 9d7b0259-2d88-4e78-b2c2-131a02d05c15
label SOIL SALINITY/SOIL SODICITY
parent_identifier 3526afb8-0dc9-43c7-8ad4-f34f250a1e91
GCMD Metadata 9d7b0259-2d88-4e78-b2c2-131a02d05c15
Ancestors SOIL SALINITY/SOIL SODICITY < SOILS < LAND SURFACE < EARTH SCIENCE < Science Keywords