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Grey Vertosol soil profile in the Chinchilla district of south Queensland

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The picture on the right shows a grey Vertosol soil profile in the Chinchilla district of south Queensland.

On the left is a typical landscape where the acid cracking clay comes from the mound of the strongly gilgaied landscape near Chinchilla, south Queensland.

For more information see McKenzie, N. J., Jacquier, D. W., Isbell, R. F. and Brown, K. L. (2004). Australian Soils and Landscapes: an illustrated compendium. 416pp (CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne).

Photographer : George Hubble on January 01 1966.

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Grey Vertosol soil profile in the Chinchilla district of south Queensland
Grey Vertosol soil profile in the Chinchilla district of south Queensland
by CSIRO

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