Estimates by 10 operators of illuvial clay in thin sections of six B horizons differed widely; coefficients of variation ranged from 39 to 64%. The results cast serious doubt on the usefulness of oriented, apparently illuvial, clay in thin sections as a quantitative criterion of argillic horizons unless steps are taken to ensure a greater degree of uniformity of estimates. (AA)
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