Baseline study of soil geochemistry in selected areas on the island of Hawaii

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StatementJ.B. Halbig ... [et al.].
ContributionsHalbig, J. B., Hawaii. Dept. of Planning and Economic Development.
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LC ClassificationsS599.H4 B37 1985
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Paginationvii, 60 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2667548M
LC Control Number85622489

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• 5 state factors and how they influence soil development • General types of soils & their defining characteristics • Soil physical, chemical, and biological properties Additional Readings: 1) Coleman, D.C.

et al. Fundamentals of Soil Ecology. 2) Hillel, D. Introduction to Environmental Soil Physics. Soil geochemistry can vary considerably over that distance, and this variation will not be accurately portrayed by the interpolation procedure we used.

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General Description; Selected References for Soil Geochemistry; Point Data Map; NOTE: Please contact Mike .Land areas were assigned to map soil categories based upon the type of bedrock that exists beneath them as shown on a geologic map.

In most areas, where soils are produced "in situ," this method of assignment was reasonable. However, some areas are underlain by soils which have been transported by wind, water or ice.Soil Geochemistry Spatial Database - References.

References below are not intended to be comprehensive, but were chosen to provide persons interested in geochemistry a starting point in .