Aquic moisture regime

Aquic moisture regime

(Science: ecology) a moisture condition associated with a seasonal reducing environment that is virtually free of dissolved oxygen because the soil is saturated by ground water or by water of the capillary fringe as in soils in aquic suborders and aquic subgroups.

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