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Beginnings of the soil type and soil series in the USA


Soil Survey Horizons 33(4): 75-80
Beginnings of the soil type and soil series in the USA
A brief history of the development of the soil classification units soil series and soil types, as used in the USA, is presented.


Accession: 002308780



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