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Productivities of horizons of seven benchmark soils of the southern Great Plains

Harold V. Eck

Productivities of horizons of seven benchmark soils of the southern Great Plains

by Harold V. Eck

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Published by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Plains.
    • Subjects:
    • Soils -- Great Plains.,
    • Soils -- Analysis.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by Harold V. Eck, Robert H. Ford, and Carl D. Fanning.
      ContributionsFord, Robert H., joint author., Fanning, Carl D., joint author., Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.
      The Physical Object
      Pagination46 p.
      Number of Pages46
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL239444M
      LC Control Numberagr68000043

      Oklahoma in In , the Soil and Water Conservation Society published the proceedings from that conference in an online book titled “Farming with Grass.” ARS scientists Jean L. Steiner and Alan J. Franzluebbers co-wrote the foreword to the book and the closing chapter, “Expanding Horizons of Farming with Grass.” Steiner is. EPA / STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING POLLUTANTS FROM IRRIGATED LANDS IN THE GREAT PLAINS M.-L. Quinn, Editor Authors: J.R. Gilley, D.G. Watts, R.J. Supalla, M.-L. Quinn, M. Twersky, F.W. Roeth, R.R. Lansford, and K.D. Frank Nebraska Water Resources Center Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources University of Nebraska—Lincoln Lincoln, Nebraska EPA .

        Nitrate (NO3 −) leaching into groundwater is a growing global concern for health, environmental, and economic reasons, yet little is known about the effects of agricultural management practices on the magnitude of leaching, especially in dryland semiarid regions. Groundwater nitrate–nitrogen (nitrate–N) concentrations above the drinking water standard of 10 mg L−1 are . B31B Abstract Title: Energy and Water Fluxes across a Heterogeneous Landscape in the Southern Great Plains Bagnardi, M. G32A Abstract Title: The eruption at Fogo volcano: constraining the geometry of the intrusion and erupted volumes with space-geodesy.

      horizontal layers called soil horizons. The arrange-ment of these layers extending from the surface litter downward to bedrock is referred to as the soil profile. A schematic profile is shown in figure A.1, and a real profile in figure A Some profiles have distinct horizons as shown in figure A.2, but some soils have horizons that are not so. Summer Sale. SAVE 50% on over a thousand different titles from our rich and capacious backlist. From Native American History to Latin American Studies, from Military History to African Poetry, from books on the Great Plains to the literature of the American West, there’s something here for everyone.


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Bibliography: p. Search metadata Search text contents Search TV news captions Search archived web sites Advanced Search. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eck, Harold V., Productivities of horizons of seven benchmark soils of the southern Great Plains. Regional productivities of plant species in the Great Plains of the United States Article (PDF Available) in Plant Ecology (2) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Productivities of horizons of seven benchmark soils of the southern Great Plains [by Harold V. Eck, Robert H. Ford, and Carl D. Fanning. Published Author Eck, Harold V., Fanning, Carl D. Ford, Robert H. Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. Soil is a mixture of organic matter, minerals, gases, liquids, and organisms that together support life.

Earth's body of soil, called the pedosphere, has four important functions. as a medium for plant growth; as a means of water storage, supply and purification; as a modifier of Earth's atmosphere; as a habitat for organisms; All of these functions, in their turn, modify the soil and its.

Grazing systems in the southern Great Plains. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Range Management, McIlvain, E.H. & Savage, D.A. Eight-year comparisons of continuous and rotational grazing on the Southern Great Plains Experimental Range. Journal of Range Management, 4:   Soil diagnostic horizons and great groups for all the locations were also added to this table which was then imported to R software (R Development Core Team, ) for predictive mapping.

Statistical models. In order to predict the soil great groups (target variable) by logistic-BRT, the occurrence of relevant diagnostic horizons was first. Sodium-affected soils (SAS) cover over 10 million acres in the Northern Great Plains.

Improving the classification, interpretation, and mapping of SAS is a major goal of the USDA-NRCS as Northern. Soil Horizons (–) Field, Lab, Earth Podcast; K Books and Society Store G.

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(, Slightly revised ) AIB Conservation and the water cycle. () AIB Conservation irrigation. () AIB Conservation methods for soils of the northern Coastal Plains.

() AIB Conservation methods for soils of the Ontario-Mohawk Plain and Glaciated Allegheny Plateau. Less than 25% of the coastal plains, delta areas, and humid northeastern regions of the USA utilize CT, while >40% of the southern corn (i.e., maize, Zea mays L.) belt, eastern uplands, Piedmont, and central Great Plains have adopted CT.

The utilization of extreme forms of CT, such as no-tillage, in the above regions varies from 1 to 23%. Evapotranspiration and soil moisture-fertilizer interrelations with irrigated grain sorghum in the southern High Plains by Jensen, Marvin Eli, ; Sletten, Willis H., joint author.

Silicon (Si) is the second most abundant element in the earth’s crust, almost exclusively found in the form of silicon dioxide (SiO 2) in association with a wide array of Si-bearing minerals in crystalline, poorly crystalline, and amorphous phases (Sommer et al., ).In the early s, Si was recognized as one of the 15 elements needed for plant life (Halligan, ).

Nitrous oxide (N 2 O) is a potent greenhouse gas that can result in nitrogen loss from the soil. The scientific literature is deficient in studies that measure N 2 O emissions, NO 3 leaching, and crop performance across multiple sources of nitrogen fertilizer and changes in field practices.

However, there are tools and strategies available to consultants and producers to improve nitrogen use. The New Deal’s Land Utilization Program in the Great Plains. Great Plains Quarterly. ; – For a look at the demonstration projects of the Roosevelt administration, see Maher Neil M.

“Crazy Quilt Farming on Round Land”: The Great Depression, the Soil Conservation Service, and the Politics of Landscape Change on the Great. Length of the fire season (beginning with the first large fire (>1, acres ( ha)) and ending with the last large fire) in big sagebrush cover types in seven Sage-grouse Management Zones was relatively constant from toexcept in the southern Great Basin (P = ), Great Plains (P = ), and Wyoming Basin (P = ), which.

Correlating wind and water modified soil-landscape changes to major drought intervals during the late Pleistocene and Holocene using optically stimulated luminescent and radiocarbon ages from fragile soil environments is critical to understanding past environmental change and for proper land management decisions.

Recent improvements in Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) provide an. Soils gleyed to the surface layer are hydric soils. These soils often show evidence of oxidizing conditions only along root channels. Some nonhydric soils have gray layers (E- horizons) immediately below the surface layer that are gray for reasons other than.

Smith P, Smith JU, Powlson DS, McGil WB, Arah JRM, Chertov OG, Coleman K, Franko U, Frolking S, Jenkinson DS, Jensen LS, Kelly RH, Klein-Gunnewiek H, Komarov AS, Li C, Molina JAE, Mueller T, Parton WJ, Thornley JHM, Whitmore AP () A comparison of the performance of nine soil organic matter models using datasets from seven long-term experiments.

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