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Morphological Structure Of Mountain Soils
The American Journal of Agriculture and Biomedical Engineering
This article discusses morphological structure of mountain soils. The mountainous regions of the Republic of Uzbekistan are located mainly in Tashkent, Surkhandarya, Samarkand, Jizzakh, Syrdarya, Fergana Valley and Navoi regions, and differ from each other in their greenery, charm and structure. Mountain soils are distributed sequentially according to the law of vertical zoning, depending on the altitude above sea level. The soil cover in these regions is characterized by their developmentdoi:10.37547/tajabe/volume03issue12-08 fatcat:ymsca467zjhvhhbjew3cvlh5vi