Multimedia Gallery - Alfisol: Typic Hapludalf
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Alfisol: Typic Hapludalf
From The Marbut Memorial Slide Collection
STEM Standard addressed: LS2B - Cycles of Matter and Energy Transfer in Ecosystems
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- Soil Taxonomy and Genesis
Slide 1-6. Typic Hapludalf. Gray-Brown Podzolic Soil. Location: Southern Michigan. Parent Material: Calcareous glacial till. Horizons and depths: Ap 0-25 cm (0-10"); E 25-46 cm (10-18"); Bt 46-86 cm (18-34"); BC 86-102 cm (34-40"); C 102 cm+ (40"+). The native vegetation consisted of oak-hickory forest: white oak (Quercus alba), hickory (Carya ovata), maple (Acer saccharum), beech (Fagus grandifolia), and elm (Ulnus americana). Scale is in feet (30 cm).
Soil Science Society of America. 1993. The Marbut Memorial Slides. SSSA, Madison, WI.
Peer Review: Yes
Credit this item to: SSSA
Media Date: 1993-07-01
Provided By: (SSSA) Soil Science Society of America
* Soil Science Society of America
- Soil Order
- Soil Horizon - General
- Soil Profile - General
- Gray-Brown Podzolic Soil
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