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Entry: Coarse fragments

URI: http://registry.it.csiro.au/def/soil/au/asls/land-surface/coarse-fragments

Coarse fragments are particles coarser than 2 mm. They include unattached rock fragments and other fragments such as charcoal and shells. Coarse fragments are distinguished from segregations of pedogenic origin in that they are not, or not considered to be, of pedogenic origin. Both coarse fragments and segregations of pedogenic origin can occur on the surface. Where segregations of pedogenic origin occur on the surface, they should be described as per soil-profile.

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submitted bySimon Cox
accepted on 12 Apr 2021 02:55:13.054

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date accepted 12 Apr 2021 02:55:13.054
date submitted 12 Apr 2021 02:54:56.965
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description Coarse fragments are particles coarser than 2 mm. They include unattached rock fragments and other fragments such as charcoal and shells. Coarse fragments are distinguished from segregations of pedogenic origin in that they are not, or not considered to be, of pedogenic origin. Both coarse fragments and segregations of pedogenic origin can occur on the surface. Where segregations of pedogenic origin occur on the surface, they should be described as per soil-profile.
item class Collection
label Coarse fragments
notation coarse-fragments
register land surface
status status stable
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account name simon.cox@csiro.au
name Simon Cox

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definition Coarse fragments are particles coarser than 2 mm. They include unattached rock fragments and other fragments such as charcoal and shells. Coarse fragments are distinguished from segregations of pedogenic origin in that they are not, or not considered to be, of pedogenic origin. Both coarse fragments and segregations of pedogenic origin can occur on the surface. Where segregations of pedogenic origin occur on the surface, they should be described as per soil-profile.
description Coarse fragments are particles coarser than 2 mm. They include unattached rock fragments and other fragments such as charcoal and shells. Coarse fragments are distinguished from segregations of pedogenic origin in that they are not, or not considered to be, of pedogenic origin. Both coarse fragments and segregations of pedogenic origin can occur on the surface. Where segregations of pedogenic origin occur on the surface, they should be described as per soil-profile.
identifier http://anzsoil.org/def/au/asls/land-surface/coarse-fragments
label Coarse fragments
member Lithology of coarse fragments | Abundance of coarse fragments | Size of coarse fragments | Shape of coarse fragments | Strength of coarse fragments
pref label Coarse fragments
top member of http://registry.it.csiro.au/def/soil/au/asls/land-surface/
type SKOS collection