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In the Croatian Forestry Institute a collection of monoliths of the most important forest soils was produced during the period from 2011 to 2013. The collection was made by means of a new method of attachment and preparation with the use of epoxy resin. After digging the pedological pit, the profile is prepared and a prism of soil, measuring 20 cm x 100 cm and 5 cm thick, is made. With a sharp tool it is then separated from the soil and placed horizontally so that the monolith can be analysed and fixed onto the base. In the case of skeletal soils we gradually move the soil from the marked prism in the pedological profile into the frame according to marked parts. After drying the monolith is fixed with clear matte varnish, following which it can be presented in a vertical position or on the wall of an exhibition area. The new method is less complicated and faster because it does not require a massive monolith in a large box, which is occasionally difficult to transport to the first communication road.
Key words: Soil Monolith, pedology, epoxy resin. Collection of works