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Definition of desert soil

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Definition as written by Terry:

A gravelly, light-colored zonal (surface) soil that develops over a layer of hardpan or caliche

It is the result of long-term exposure to desert conditions, namely arid climates with wide swings in daytime and nightime temperatures.


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