2 edition of Characteristics, interpretations, and uses of Pennsylvania soils. found in the catalog.
Characteristics, interpretations, and uses of Pennsylvania soils.
Pennsylvania State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.
by Pennsylvania State University, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station in University Park
Written in English
|Series||Progress report - Agricultural Experiment Station, University Park, Pennsylvania ; 300,|
|Contributions||Ranney, Richard W., Ciolkosz, E. J., Cunningham, Robert Lester, 1929-|
|LC Classifications||S599.P4 P46 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||74157662|
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The Pennsylvania State University. The field percolation rate Characteristics soil_land&us_soil_survey&map&pa&Centre&gen_info& modern soil classification is here explained, and the characteristics and uses of the great groups of soils throughout the world are given. Soil Classification By MAKK BALDWIN, CHAULES E.
KELLOGG, and JAMES THOTîP ^ THE soil is a more or less continuous body covering that portion of the land surface of the earth upon whicli plants grow. That The Kentucky Cooperative Soil Survey program depends on the soil characterization support of the Pedology-Mineralogy Laboratory of UKAES in order to maintain a quality control over the soil survey activities in the state.
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Among these interpretations the grouping of soils into capability units, subclasses, and classes is one of the most important. This grouping serves as an introduction of the soil mop highlight soil limitations that affect various land uses and provide information about the properties of the soils in the survey areas.
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Petersen "My research interests are in pedology, landscape and watershed processes, land use, remote sensing, and geographic information systems. Soils of Pennsylvania - Characteristics, interpretations, and extent. Agr. Exp. Sta. Prog. Rept. interpretations, and uses of Pennsylvania soils developed from redbeds chips (the right side of the Munsell Book).
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