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Thesis (M.S.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1941. Department of Agronomy.
A study was made of the influence of calcium carbonate content and the ratio of exchangeable calcium to sodium on some physical properties of soil. The soils, a Butler and a Solonets, of widely different character, were used in this study. Samples with various ratios of exchangeable calcium to sodium were prepared from each soil. From each of these samples, a series of soils with varying amounts of calcium carbonate was prepared.
Advisor: H. F. Rhoades