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Caner L, Petit S, Joussein E, Fritsch E, Herbillon AJ.  2011.  Accumulation of organo-metallic complexes in laterites and the formation of Aluandic Andosols in the Nilgiri Hills (southern India): similarities and differences with Umbric Podzols. European Journal of Soil Science. 62(5):754-764.
[Anonymous].  2009.  Evolution of lipid abundance and molecular composition during the podzolisation of laterites in the upper Amazon basin. Biogeochemistry. 92(1-2):95-118.
[Anonymous].  2008.  Micromorphology and spectroscopic characteristics of organic matter in waterlogged podzols of the upper Amazon basin. Geoderma. 145(3-4):222-230.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Occurrence and distribution of extractable glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers in podzols. Organic Geochemistry. 41(3):291-301.
[Anonymous].  2009.  Organic complexation and translocation of ferric iron in podzols of the Negro River watershed. Separation of secondary Fe species from Al species. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 73(7):1813-1825.
Bardy M, Derenne S, Allard T, Benedetti MF, Fritsch E.  2011.  Podzolisation and exportation of organic matter in black waters of the Rio Negro (upper Amazon basin, Brazil). Biogeochemistry. 106(1):71-88.
[Anonymous].  2008.  Podzolization as a deferralitization process: dynamics and chemistry of ground and surface waters in an Acrisol - Podzol sequence of the upper Amazon Basin. European Journal of Soil Science. 59(5):911-924.
Balan E, Fritsch E, Allard T, Morin G, Guillaumet M, Delattre S, Blanchard M, Calas G.  2011.  Spectroscopic investigation and theoretical modeling of kaolinite-group minerals and other low-temperature phases. Comptes Rendus Geoscience. 343(2-3):177-187.
Allard T, Weber T, Bellot C, Damblans C, Bardy M, Bueno GT, Nascimento NR, Fritsch E, Benedetti MF.  2011.  Tracing source and evolution of suspended particles in the Rio Negro Basin (Brazil) using chemical species of iron. Chemical Geology. 280(1-2):79-88.