Absorbing capacity of alluvial soils eastern part of Nile delta

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Studies have shown that the highest absorbency characterized by alluvial meadow soils, lower rates have alluvial meadow carbonate and the smallest alluvial cespitos carbonate soils. According to soil profile the depth the sum of exchangeable cation in the Soil absorbing complex changed depending on the availability of the clay fraction in the particle size distribution, the processes occurring in the alluvial soils and geomorphological - hydrogeological conditions.

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A V Shuravilin

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

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Email: stanislavpiven@mail.ru
Department of soil science, agriculture and land management

M M Khalil

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: stanislavpiven@mail.ru
Department of soil science, agriculture and land management

E A Piven

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: pvenel@mail.ru
Department of public health, health care and hygiene

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