Spectral Reflective Capacity of Syrian Red Soils

I. Yu. Savin and V. S. Stolbovoi

Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, Pyzhevskii per. 7, Moscow, 109017 Russia

Received October 20, 1996

Abstract—Representative profiles of Syrian soils developed from red parent materials were studied. The vari-
ability in the spectral reflective capacity of samples collected from their genetic horizons was examined. The
level of similarity was estimated for samples from individual profiles and for the total sample. The process of
soil formation proved to cause little influence on the color of samples.

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