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By: Brenden Dougherty Christian Miller. Soil Vocab & the Checking for Understanding. Check for understanding Q.1. What are the five basic ingredients that make up soil tiny pieces of rock, decayed plants and animals, water, and air. Check for understanding Q.2.

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By brenden dougherty christian miller

By:

Brenden Dougherty

Christian Miller

Soil Vocab & the Checking for Understanding


Check for understanding q 1
Check for understanding Q.1

  • What are the five basic ingredients that make up soil

  • tiny pieces of rock, decayed plants and animals, water, and air


Check for understanding q 2
Check for understanding Q.2

  • How much amount of soil will form after 1,000 years?

  • About one-inch of soil.


Check for understanding q 3
Check for understanding Q.3

  • What is humus?

  • Decayed organic matter that serves as a source of nutrients for plants.


Check for understanding q 4
Check for understanding Q.4

  • Leaching is the removal of minerals that have been dissolved in water, What horizon does leaching process in?

  • Horizon B.


Song about soil vocab
Song about Soilvocab

  • Soil: is a mixture of weathered rock, decayed organic matter,

  • mineral fragments, water, and air.

  • Humus: The decayed organic matter turns into a dark-colored material.

  • Horizons: layers of soil. a, b, and c are names of the horizons.

  • Litter: consists of leaves, twigs, and other organic material that eventually can be changed to humus by decomposing organisms.

  • Leaching: is the removal of minerals that have been dissolved

  • in water.



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