The role of climate and local regolith-landscape processes in determining the pedological characteristics of æolian dust deposits across south-eastern Australia
Fine-grained æolian sediments are an important component of many loessic soil-landscape systems across south-eastern Australia. These loessic soils are commonly related to the deposition of 'parna', a red, clayey, calcareous material proposed to have bee
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