2005
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-90162005000500015
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Abstract: Due to the narrow window of ideal moisture conditions required for collecting undisturbed soil samples from hardsetting horizons in the field, this study compared the efficiency of an alternative method of soil core removal in the laboratory with that of the traditional field method by using measurements of soil bulk density data (D b ). In a first sampling, cylinders were removed with a soil sampler in the field. In a second sampling, large soil blocks were removed with Kubiena-type zinc (brass) boxes in the … Show more

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“…For all horizons, volumetric rings were removed in a laboratory under controlled humidity using the method proposed by Lima et al (2005b).…”
Section: Soil Physical Quality Indexmentioning
confidence: 99%