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Soils of Wisconsin

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Hole, Francis Doan, 1913-2002
Soils of Wisconsin
Madison, Wisc.: University of Wisconsin Press, 1976

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Contents

[Half-title] Soils of Wisconsin, pp. [i]-[ii]

[Title page] Soils of Wisconsin, pp. [iii]-[iv]

Contents, pp. v-viii

List of illustrations, pp. ix-xi ff.

List of tables, pp. xiii ff.

Preface, p. xv

Acknowledgements and previous reports, p. xvi

Part I introduction to genesis and classification of Wisconsin soils, pp. [1]-[2]

Chapter 1 introduction, pp. 3-8

Chapter 2 factors of formation of Wisconsin soils, pp. 9-30

Chapter 3 processes of soil formation, pp. 31-33

Chapter 4 properties of Wisconsin soils, Beatty, Marvin T., coauthor pp. 34-39

Chapter 5 classification of soils, Lee, Gerhard B. pp. 40-46

Part II characteristics of Wisconsin soil associations, pp. [47] ff.

Chapter 6 introduction to the soil associations of Wisconsin, pp. 49-50

Chapter 7 soil region A: soils of the southwestern ridges and valleys, pp. 51-60

Chapter 8 soil region B: soils of the southeastern upland, pp. 61-70

Chapter 9 soil region C: soils of the central sandy uplands and plains, pp. 71-76

Chapter 10 soil region D: soils of the western sandstone uplands, valley slopes, and plains, pp. 77-82

Chapter 11 soil region E: soils of the northern and eastern sandy and loamy reddish drift uplands and plains, pp. 83-88

[Plates], pp. [Plate 1]-Plate 8

Chapter 12 soil region F: soils of the northern silty uplands and plains, pp. 89-97

Chapter 13 soil region G: soils of the northern loamy uplands and plains, pp. 98-104

Chapter 14 soil region H: soils of the northern sandy uplands and plains, pp. 105-108

Chapter 15 soil region I: soils of the northern and eastern clayey and loamy reddish drift uplands and plains, pp. 109-114

Chapter 16 soil region J: soils of stream bottoms and major wetlands, Lee, Gerhard B. pp. 115-122

Part III properties and occurrence of major soil series in Wisconsin landscapes, pp. [123] ff.

Chapter 17 some properties of the soil series, pp. 125-179

Chapter 18 major soil toposequences of Wisconsin, pp. 180-181

Chapter 19 acreages of Wisconsin soil associations, pp. 182-184

Chapter 20 soil series name changes, pp. 185-186

Chapter 21 acreages of major soil series in Wisconsin, pp. 187-188

Appendices, pp. [189] ff.

Appendix 1 glossary, pp. 191-195

Appendix 2 common and scientific names of plants mentioned in the text, p. 196

Appendix 3 legend of the soil map (plate 1) in terms of classification categories above the series level, pp. 197-202

Appendix 4 errata in the soil map of Wisconsin (plate 1), p. 203

Appendix 5 list of soil survey publications for Wisconsin, p. 204

Bibliography, Index, pp. [205] ff.

Bibliography, pp. 207-213 ff.

Index, pp. 215-223

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