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Abstract

The acid sulphate soils, along the coastal plains in westem Finland, originate from the sulphide rich clays and silts that deposited during earlier, more extensive phase of the Baltic Sea. Conditions favorable for sulphide formation existed in shallow coastal bays where decomposing of organic matter resulted occasionally reducing conditions.

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