Definition of Latosols
1. latosol [n] - See also: latosol
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Latosols
Literary usage of Latosols
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. In the Shade of an Acacia Tree: Memoirs of a Health Officer in Africa, 1945-1959 by Frank L. Lambrecht (1991)
"The hills are outcrops of extremely weathered latosols or laterite soils, characterisitic of most tropical regions of the world. ..."
2. Agricultural Expansion and Pioneer Settlements in the Humid Tropics by Walther Manshard, William B. Morgan (1988)
"With the increasing rainfall inland there is a tendency towards reddish and yellowish latosols, whilst in the flat depressions and the narrow coastal strip ..."
3. The Fragile Tropics of Latin America by Toshie Nishizawa, Juha I. Uitto (1995)
"Figure 3.5 illustrates visually the fertility of these soils in comparison to "average" soils of terra firme (the proverbial oxisols or latosols) and in ..."