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This Review contains major "Soil Classification"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Soil classification is a tool for land-based technology transfer at many scales.
- Soil Classification: A Global Desk Reference is the first book to illustrate the current state of national and international soil classification systems.
- Soil classification is an important element of soil science, and allows transfer of information relevant to soil resources in comparable environments.
- Soil classification working group.
- This term is used as a Great Group definition for Vertosols in the Australian Soil Classification ( Isbell 1996).
- Soil Classification the categories used in the U.S. Soil Taxonomy were listed ranging from orders, suborders, great groups, subgroups, families, to series.
- Appendices include SI units, tables on the Canadian soil classification and diagrams of soil structure and texture.
- The Canadian system of soil classification.
- The WRB borrows from modern soil classification concepts, including USDA soil taxonomy.
- Cline, M. G. (1963). Logic of the new system of soil classification.
- As of 2006, the World Reference Base for Soil Resources (WRB) is the international standard soil classification system.
- As of 2006, the World Reference Base for Soil Resources, via its Land & Water Development division, is the preeminent soil classification system.
- Soil classification can be approached from the perspective of soil as a material and soil as a resource.
- This system for classifying soils is one of the most widely used soil classification systems in the world.
- Other engineering soil classification systems in the States include the AASHTO Soil Classification System and the Modified Burmeister.
- The implications of soil-forming processes on present and future soil classification systems and pedogenic models are discussed.
- World Soil Classification, which offers useful generalizations about soils pedogenesis in relation to the interactions with the main soil-forming factors.
- Its general concept essentially is the same as the soil classification system that Soil Taxonomy (Soil Survey Staff, 1975) superceded (Simonson, 1964).
- Nachtergaele F., Spaargaren O., Deckers J., Ahrens B. New developments in soil classification, world reference base for soil resources.
- Specific hierarchical classes that use certain soil classification systems have combined the latter.
- Basic principles of soil classification.
- A basic system of soil classification for making and interpreting soil surveys.
- McBratney, A. B., & de Gruijter, J. J. (1992). A continuum approach to soil classification by modified fuzzy k-means with extragrades.
- This term is used as a suborder to describe Podosols in the Australian Soil Classification ( Isbell 1996).
- CRC PRESS. This is the first book to illustrate the current state of national and international soil classification systems.
- Soil classification systems, with emphasis on soil taxonomy (USDA). Kinds of soil survey and methods.
- Sanchez, P. A., Palm, C. A., & Buol, S. W. (2003). Fertility capability soil classification: a tool to help assess soil quality in the tropics.
- It is not used in the current United States system of soil classification but the term commonly shows up in college geology texts.
- Coffey (1912), produced the first soil classification system for the United States based on the soil genesis principles of Dokuchaev and Glinka.
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