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Agrokémia és Talajtan
Tibor Tóth
Tibor Novák
András Makó
Bence Gallai
Szabolcs Czigány
Mátyás Árvai
János Mészáros
Mihály Kocsis
Péter László
Sándor Koós
, and
Kitti Balog

As a means of assisting the selection of promising soil classification systems, a set of criteria were presented and tested. Inside the studied slightly saline plot World Reference Base (WRB) and Hungarian soil classification (HU) were compared at all four levels in terms of class separability, correlation to biomass, parsimony and homogeneity of classes. WRB surpassed HU in terms of the very important homogeneity of classes only, but HU performed better in terms of class separability, correlation to biomass and parsimony of classes. With many possible classification units WRB categorized the soil into a large number of classes, but 67% and 78% of them were single-profile classes at levels 3 and 4, respectively inside the ca 0.9 km2 area.

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