kurosol

/ˈkʊrəsɒl/ (say 'kooruhsol)

noun
(in Australian soil taxonomy) a soil type in which the B horizon is significantly more clayey in texture than the A horizon, the upper part of the B horizon being strongly acid.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • chromosol — /ˈkroʊməsɒl/ (say krohmuhsol) noun (in Australian soil taxonomy) a soil type which is similar to a kurosol but lacking the acidic upper B horizon. {chromo 1 + sol} …   Australian English dictionary

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