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Expression talk:marktextur; marktyp; jordart

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Details of synonyms[edit]

  • The first word: marktextur is a relative good match to the first part of the bipartite DefinedMeaning (1) Refers to the relative proportions of the various size groups (sand, silt and clay) of the individual soil grains in a mass of soil. ), but not to the second part.
  • The second word: marktyp is not a word I have ever heard, but seems to be a reasonable word formation, but I could not say which of the parts to associate it with.
  • The third word: jordart clearly goes with the second part (2) Classification of soil by the proportion and graduations of the three size groups of soil grains, i.e., sand, silt and clay, present in the soil.) and is also a good match for the second DefinedMeaning A phase or subdivision of a soil series based primarily on texture of the surface soil to a depth at least equal to plow depth (about 15 cm). (Source: BJGEO) AFAICT. --Sannab 14:55, 2 May 2006 (CEST)

DefinedMeaning[edit]

One of the DefinedMeanings associated with this Expression is 2: 1) Refers to the relative proportions of the various size groups (sand, silt and clay) of the individual soil grains in a mass of soil. 2) Classification of soil by the proportion and graduations of the three size groups of soil grains, i.e., sand, silt and clay, present in the soil. (Source: LANDY) The second of these seems to be very close to the other DefinedMeaning associated with this Expression:A phase or subdivision of a soil series based primarily on texture of the surface soil to a depth at least equal to plow depth (about 15 cm). (Source: BJGEO) --Sannab 14:55, 2 May 2006 (CEST)