[vur-tuh-sawl, -sol]
a clay-rich soil in which deep cracks form during the dry season.
Compare black land.

1955–60; verti(cal) + -sol Unabridged
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Playa lakes are unique, closed freshwater systems with vertisol clay floors.
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