It is more gradual, and may eventually account for half the total loss in volume. ... Both predict the ultimate loss in surface elevation due to settling S after a onea time lowering of the water table S (5a) (5b) where S is in metres, H is total peat ... Peats usually form when nearapermanent waterlogging inhibits decomposition of plant debris. ... by increased microbiological oxidaation of organic PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF PEAT SOILS 75 9711041464_content.pdf: soilphysicsaamp;rice_0080.pdf.
|Title||:||Soil Physics and Rice|
|Publisher||:||Int. Rice Res. Inst. - 1985|