soil aggregate

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A soil aggregate is made of individual particles of soil stuck together, and determines soil texture. Thus, for example, a soil with a granular structure is composed of relatively small, rounded aggregates, and a soil with a blocky structure is made up of aggregates with sharp corners and irregular shapes.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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