Soil Structure is Influenced by Various Elements
Temperature, precipitation, elevation, slope gradient, and directional aspect are all factors that affect soil structure in climate and terrain. Texture, minerals, SOC, and organisms all interact with the climate and help to minimise its effects. The way individual sand, silt, and clay particles are put together determines the soil structure. When many particles are combined, they appear to be larger. Aggregates are what we name them. Soil particle aggregation can take place in a variety of ways, resulting in a variety of soil structures.