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Characteristics and distribution of chernozemic soils in the Ashcroft map area

, : Characteristics and distribution of chernozemic soils in the Ashcroft map area. Grassland ecology and classification: 133-146

Soils of the brown Chernozemic Great Group and the Black Chernozemic Great Group are discussed for the Ashcroft map area, which contains the highest proportion of Chernozemic soils of any map area within British Columbia. Within this area there is a general trend, at great group level, for Chernozems to change from Brown, to Dark Brown, to Black with increasing elevation.

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