LOOP 2 at Odderbæk in Himmerland is approx. 1140 ha. The northern and western parts are characterised by a slightly undulating landscape. To the east, the glacial landscape is slightly hilly, and in the southern part, a markedly flat meltwater plain is found. The soil consists of alternating clay and sand layers to great depths. The upper metre consists predominantly of sand. The dominant soils in the catchment are classified as coarse sand (72%) and fine sand (17%). Forest constitutes approx. 2% of the catchment, and the rest is agriculture.
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