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Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton Topp GC (1993) Soil water content. In: Carter MR (ed) Soil sampling and methods of analysis, 541-557. M. Crawford Abstract All species have limits to their distribution and individuals that demarcate margins demonstrate an end-point in adaptation to a changing environment. Limits to plant survival arise either from a failure to grow or from an inability to reproduce. Consequently, matching climatic data with geographical distribution has to consider the biological causes for the failure of plants to survive outside any given area.

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1995; Thomas 1996). 2 Electrical Conductivity •The determination of the electrical conductivity is especially important for the investigation of soils in arid regions. 5) (DVWK 1995; Schlichting et al. 1995; Rhoades 1996). •Salinity class (Schoeneberger et al. 3 Soil Temperature •Electrical sensors with data loggers are used for continuous soil temperature measurements. •The depths for continuous measurements are depending on the aim of the investigation. To classify soils after the US Soil Taxonomy soil temperature regime at a depth of 50 cm from the soil surface is essential.

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