The arctic tundra has poor soil
If you were to compare it to Arctic soil...Usually in cold places.... soil have methane ,soil in cold places releases methane... or parafrost
That type of land (e.g., biome) is called the tundra. It typically has soil from the order Gelisol.
The Arctic Tundra has a layer of frost called permafrost beneath the soil, The soil is very thin and only dwarf things can live in it.for example:shrubs lichens and mosses.also there is only one type of tree that lives threre it is called the dwarf willow tree. This will answer you question and more.
Sandy to silty soils would likely be the most prevalent in the arctic, due to the glacial action which breaks down the rock into non-polar particles.
Im not shure if there is any soil in the artic
it slows slows down soil formationIt has low temperature.
Muskeg is a soil type (also a peatland or wetland type called a bog) common in arctic and boreal areas. Muskeg is wet, acid, and relatively infertile.
Yes it does, though it is of poor quality.
type of soil
the size of the soil particles determines soil type.
"Soil type CA" sounds like it is an abbreviation for a soil type on a soil map. You will have to consult that soil map or the soil map's makers to find the answer to that question. If "soil type CA" did not come from a soil map, you will need to consult the source. There is no universally recognized soil type named "CA."
the type of soil is clay
Yes it is a type of soil.
which type of soil is there in lahore
What is type of soil
soil, water, salt
Hard soil is a good type of soil for a horse.
A type of soil that is kind of purplish. A type of soil that is kind of purplish.
yes....clay is a type of soil..
burnt soil type
type of soil in subtropics
the soil type