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Soil Sci. 1980, 31 (1), 87–99. 76. ; Van Breemen, N. ; 1982; 37–51. 77. ; Driessen, P. Coastal sedimentary environments inﬂuencing the development of potential acidity in tidal swamps. , 1982; 1–18. Acid Sulfate Soils: Formation Martin C. Rabenhorst Delvin S. Fanning Steven N. A. INTRODUCTION Soils containing sulﬁde minerals that have not yet been oxidized through acid sulfate weathering are referred to as potential acid sulfate soils (potential acid SS). The processes involved in the formation and accumulation of sulﬁde minerals in soils leading to the formation of potential acid SS will be discussed ﬁrst.
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