The use of peepers to sample pore water in acid sulphate soils
Serious environmental impacts of acidic drainage from acid sulphate soils in coastal areas are the result of the interactions between the hydrologic cycle, land use and drainage management, and pore water chemistry. In this study, in situ, diffusion-controlled dialysis profile samplers, or peepers, were used to examine pore water chemistry of acid sulphate soils in a coastal, sugarcane-producing area in Eastern Australia. The peepers sampled pore water at 20-mm intervals over a 1.0-m length,...[Show more]
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