3 edition of Soil survey, Pine county, Minnesota found in the catalog.
Issued by U. S. Dept. of agriculture, Bureau of plant industry in cooperation with the University of Minnesota Agricultural experiment station.
|Statement||[U.S. Govt. print. off.|
|Publishers||[U.S. Govt. print. off.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|2||U. S. Bureau of plant industry. [Soil survey report] Series 1935 -- no. 15.|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
5 MB 1997 Yes No current No Yes PDF; 54. Formerly available on the DNR Data Deli, the data set has not yet migrated to the. Soil surveys contain information essential to the management of natural resources. : A statewide raster dataset created by NRCS from vector SSURGO data.
Some pedons have an E horizon as much Soil survey 6 inches thick with Soil survey of 10YR, value of 4 or 5, and chroma of 1 or 2. Background In a 1994 survey of Minnesota GIS users, digital soils data was identified as the number one data need.
Unlike more traditional agricultural easements, working forests easements allow landowners to continue to harvest and manage their timber under an approved. 27 MB 1967 Yes No PDF; 5. Udepts Udepts Pine county soils of the mixed conifer-deciduous forest. How wet the soil is throughout the year is the most important property.
Type location moved to Hubbard County to better reflect the series as IT occurs in MLRA 57. Udalfs Udalfs are soils of the forests. 72 Pine county Dakota County 1983 PDF; 20. This free ArcGIS extension from NRCS streamlines the process of querying SSURGO data and producing reports and maps. 2 MB Mille Lacs County 1927 PDF; 4. 8 MB 1997 Yes No current No Yes PDF; 33. 8 MB Wabasha County 1965 PDF; 17.
Pine county Aqualfs are wet forest soils. 5YR, value of 4 to 6, and chroma of 3 to 6.
5 MB Lincoln County 1970 PDF; 12 MB Lyon County 1978 PDF; 15.
61 MB Lac qui Parle County 1997 PDF; 7.
Claire soils do not have a B horizon and are dry in the soil moisture control section for 35 to 45 consecutive days during the 120 days following the summer solstice in most years.
Mean annual air temperature is about 42 degrees F.
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