The Ivanhoe Plain was divided into two geomorphic provinces. The principal difference between the provinces is the time during which pedogenesis occurred. The crcking clay soils of the northern province are generally more highly leached than their younger counterparts in the southern province. Sixteen land units are identified as distinct from soil units. These units give cognizance to vegetation and topographical features as well as soils.
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Soil types (genetic), Ivanhoe Plain (WA), Land capability, Soil surveys, Western Australia, Kimberley region (WA)
Aldrick, J M, van Cuylenburg, M H, Moody, P W, Wren, B A, and Clarke, A J. (1990), Soils of the Ivanhoe Plain, East Kimberley, Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Technical Bulletin 82.
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