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Correction: Soil Penetration by Earthworms and Plant Roots--Mechanical Energetics of Bioturbation of Compacted Soils.

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Mechanical energy to create a burrow of 1 m length and 1.2 mm radius as a function of normalized water content using a penetration model and a fracture model.Both models were conducted for a worm of r = 1.2 mm [50] for soils with clay contents ranging from 15–25% [21, 50–52].
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pone.0136225.g001: Mechanical energy to create a burrow of 1 m length and 1.2 mm radius as a function of normalized water content using a penetration model and a fracture model.Both models were conducted for a worm of r = 1.2 mm [50] for soils with clay contents ranging from 15–25% [21, 50–52].

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Correction: Soil Penetration by Earthworms and Plant Roots--Mechanical Energetics of Bioturbation of Compacted Soils.

- PLoS ONE (2015)

Mechanical energy to create a burrow of 1 m length and 1.2 mm radius as a function of normalized water content using a penetration model and a fracture model.Both models were conducted for a worm of r = 1.2 mm [50] for soils with clay contents ranging from 15–25% [21, 50–52].
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pone.0136225.g001: Mechanical energy to create a burrow of 1 m length and 1.2 mm radius as a function of normalized water content using a penetration model and a fracture model.Both models were conducted for a worm of r = 1.2 mm [50] for soils with clay contents ranging from 15–25% [21, 50–52].
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