Articles | Volume 6, issue 2
SOIL, 6, 629–647, 2020
https://doi.org/10.5194/soil-6-629-2020
SOIL, 6, 629–647, 2020
https://doi.org/10.5194/soil-6-629-2020
Original research article
16 Dec 2020
Original research article | 16 Dec 2020

Comparison of regolith physical and chemical characteristics with geophysical data along a climate and ecological gradient, Chilean Coastal Cordillera (26 to 38° S)

Mirjam Schaller et al.

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In this study geophysical observations from ground-penetrating radar with pedolith physical and geochemical properties from pedons excavated in four study areas of the climate and ecological gradient in the Chilean Coastal Cordillera are combined. Findings suggest that profiles with ground-penetrating radar along hillslopes can be used to infer lateral thickness variations in pedolith horizons and to some degree physical and chemical variations with depth.