Sw13 - Soil Development and Criteria for Evaluation Climate Organisms Relief(Topography Time Soil Development Pedogenesis The process of soil

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Unformatted text preview: Soil Development and Criteria for Evaluation Climate Organisms Relief (Topography) Time Soil Development Pedogenesis : The process of soil formation as the result of the combination of soil forming factors and processes. Additions, Losses, Translocation, Transformation Alteration of Parent Material Sands Clays Iron Roughly parallel layers in the soil Master Horizons A E B C R O Extent of Soil Development Factors Intensity of soil development processes Time Parent Material Time Parent material A horizon B horizon E horizon Time Factors Intensity of soil development processes Time Parent Material Climate Temperature and Rainfall Temperature Climate Climate Rainfall Average annual rainfall in Florida: 50-60 inches Precipitation Soil Type Extra Credit: . The process of soil formation as the result of the combination of soil forming factors and processes is called ___________ . Organic soil surfacehorizon overlaying mineral soil _________....
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course SWS 3022 taught by Professor Bonczek during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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Sw13 - Soil Development and Criteria for Evaluation Climate Organisms Relief(Topography Time Soil Development Pedogenesis The process of soil

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