The Soils of the USA, (PDF), provides a summary of the residential or commercial properties, circulation, and function of soils in the U.S., consisting of Hawaii, Alaska, and its Caribbean areas. It discusses the history of soil studies and pedological research study in the U.S., and uses basic descriptions of the nation’s geology, environment and geomorphology. For every Land Resource Region (LRR) – a geographic/ecological area of the nation identified by its own geology, environment, soils, landscapes and farming practices – there is a chapter with information of the geology, environment, geomorphology, pre-settlement and present greenery, and land usage, along with the circulation and residential or commercial properties of primary soils including their category, genesis, and management difficulties. The last chapters concentrate on subjects such as people and soils, and the future difficulties for soil studies and soil science in the U.S. Maps of soil circulation, profile images, pedon descriptions, and tables of residential or commercial properties are consisted of throughout the text.
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