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Sediment whereas others attain lengths of 150 kilometres ( 90 miles ) deposited by a glacially - fed braided stream , called a val- or more .
in direct contact with the atmosphere through open spaces in permeable material , it is called free , and the groundwater is unconfined .
Nutrients fractions that resist decomposition to form a dark , colnecessary for growth must be provided and released in loidal substance called humus .
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