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Soil

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  1. the naturally occurring, unconsolidated or loose covering of broken rock particles and decaying organic matter on the surface of the Earth, capable of supporting life

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 2, 2008
  2. a naturally occurring granular covering on the surface of Earth, capable of supporting life

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  3. particles pack loosely, forming a soil structure filled with pore spaces

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  4. These pores contain soil solution (liquid) and air (gas)

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  5. Accordingly, soils are often treated as a three state system

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