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Intro to Soil Science Lec. 1-2 Introduction Book Ch. 1 1/10/2011 13 Pedon 1 m 2 m A E BE Bt1 Bt2 BC Soil Profile Soil Morphology Soil Chemical, Biological, and Physical Properties Vary with Factors of Soil Formation • Horizons Diagnostic Horizons Soil Horizon Pedogenic layer in soil roughly parallel to
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Unformatted text preview: surface • Properties result from factors of soil formation • Nomenclature: – Master; O, A, E, B, C, R – Subordinate distinction; p, t, x, g, h, d, f, jj, k, a, e, i, w – Lithology; 2, 3, 4...
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