great soil group

great soil group

[¦grāt ′sȯil ‚grüp]
(geology)
A group of soils having common internal soil characteristics; a subdivision of a soil order.
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Great Soil Group Location pH Troug and Classification P ([micro] g/g) Typic Paleudults Abu 4.
Soil classification to Great Soil Group (Stace et al.
Minimum, maximum, and average values of estimated plant available water capacity (PAWC) and daily maximum recharge rate for each Great Soil Group are presented in Table 1.
Minimum, maximum, and average values of estimated plant-available water capacity (mm) and maximum recharge rate (n, mm/day) for each great soil group
Estimated maximum recharge rates also vary considerably within a Great Soil Group and between Great Soil Groups.
1983) have approximate correlations of Great Soil Groups (Stace et al.
Soil Taxonomy was developed to overcome the limitations of Great Soil Groups then used in the USA and was officially adopted in that country in 1965 (Southard 1986).
Morand (1994, 1996) used Great Soil Groups (Stace et al.

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