Edited by Robert J. Pierce. Wetland Training Institute, Inc., 2013. Version 7.0 of the NRCS Field Indicators of Hydric Soils in the United States: A Guide for Identifying and Delineating Hydric Soils in a handy, hip-pocket size. Contains all of the information, field indicators, color photographs and figures of the original NRCS publication in a 6-3/4” x 4” size with plastic laminated cover. Separate pages are devoted to each field indicator for ease of use. Each indicator has a locator map of geographical applicability right with the written description. Also included for reference are the USDA textural triangle, a schematic for determining soil texture by feel (the ”calibrated finger process”), a standard chart for estimating the proportions of redox concentrations and depletions (mottles) in a soil profile and examples of coated sand grain percentages. New this edition: dichotomous soil indicator keys correlated to the Corps of Engineers Regional Supplements for Wetland Delineation. Paperback. 160+ Pages.
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