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Soils and hydrology

United States. Bureau of Land Management. Idaho State Office

Soils and hydrology

by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Idaho State Office

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Published by U.S. Bureau of Land Management in [Boise, Idaho] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soil moisture,
  • Soils,
  • Testing,
  • Classification

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    Cover title.

    Statement U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25506779M

    A specialized book specifically geared toward environmental consultants and governmental wetland regulators, the text: Reviews general properties of wetland soils, including hydrology, redox chemistry, organic matter dynamics and es examples of major types of wetlands across the United StatesHighlights USDA Hydric Soil Field. Hydric soils form in highly complex wetland ecosystems under a variety of soil properties such as texture, hydrologic conductivity, and bulk density, and a wide variety of hydrologic and other climatic conditions and geomorphic settings; and eqn [1] is difficult if not impossible to quantify for all these conditions. A hydric soil can form in any soil material.

    This book is designed for undergraduate students of agricultural engineering for courses in hydrology, and soil and water conservation engineering. It will also be of considerable value to students of agriculture, soil science, forestry, and civil engineering. wetland hydrology; many Midwest wetlands lack hydrology indicators during latter half of growing season and during drier than normal years If no hydrology indicators are present in an area with wetland vegetation and hydric soil, use the procedures in Chapter 5 to determine if wetland hydrology is present.

      Hydrology, and especially soil hydrology, would strongly benefit from the establishment of a network of hypothesis‐driven hydrological observatories exploiting the full potential of novel measurement technologies. Such a network would allow to better falsify hypotheses, to identify underlying organizational principles, to correct biased Cited by: Covering wetlands soils from Florida to Alaska, Wetland Soils: Genesis, Hydrology, Landscapes, and Classification provides information on all types of hydric soils. With contributions from soil scientists who have extensive field experience, the book focuses on the soil morphology of the wet soils that cover most wetlands from the subtropics 4/5(1).


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Soils and hydrology by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Idaho State Office Download PDF EPUB FB2

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A Major Revision of the Previous Edition. Wetland Soils: Genesis, Hydrology, Landscapes, and Classification, Second Edition contains 11 new chapters and additional updates written by new authors with a broad range of related field and academic experience.

This revised work augments the previous material on wetland functions and restorations, while maintaining the field-oriented focus of the Manufacturer: CRC Press. The reworked text includes current coverage of hydric soil field indicators, wetland soils, chemistry of wetland soils, and wetland hydrology.

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This revised work augments the previous material on wetland functions and restorations, while maintaining the field-oriented focus of. A specialized book specifically geared toward environmental consultants and governmental wetland regulators, the text: Reviews general properties of wetland soils, including hydrology, redox chemistry, organic matter dynamics and biology.

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With contributions from soil scientists who have extensive field experience, the book focuses on the soil morphology of the wet soils that cover most wetlands from the subtropics northward.

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The Agronomy Journal Book Review Editor reviewed all submissions to their Book Review Center. Soil Hydrology. Soil hydrologic function is driven by the hydrologic cycle. Soil hydrologic processes include infiltration, storage, redistribution, drainage, evaporation, and transpiration.

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