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|Statement||[by L. Dale Lockridge ; fieldwork by L. Dale Lockridge, Charles E. Kiepe, and James E. Seaholm] ; United States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, in cooperation with the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station, the Cooperative Extension Service, Iowa State University, and the Department of soil Conservation, State of Iowa.|
|Contributions||United States. Soil Conservation Service.|
|LC Classifications||S599.I8 L59|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 188 p.,  fold. leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||79602940|
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Published Soil Surveys for Iowa. Current, official soil survey information is on the Web Soil Survey. The Web Soil Survey allows you to create custom reports by selecting a specific area of interest.
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Historical and supplemental documents are available below. Printed soil survey reports were the main source of soils information from to Most of these reports are county-based, have been converted to PDF, and are available from.
Soil survey of the Lee County, Iowa. [Washington]: Soil Conservation Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L Dale Lockridge; United States. Soil Conservation Service.; Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station.
The Soil Survey is a comprehensive inventory of the soil resources of an area. The survey includes soil maps and descriptions of each type of soil in each county including interpretations of a soil’s potential for use.
"Soil Survey of Iowa, Report No. 5—Lee County" by W. Stevenson and P. Brown Lee county is situated in the extreme southeastern comer of Iowa partly within the Mississippi loess soil area and partly in the southern Iowa loess : W.
Stevenson, P. Brown. Get this from a library. Soil survey of Lee County, Florida. [Warren G Henderson; United States. Soil Conservation Service.; University of Florida. Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.]. Key to Soils Within Major Soil Associations of Iowa.
Prairie-Derived Upland Soils of NW IA - Table (Nov ) Loess-Derived Soils of East-Central IA - Table (Jan ) Iowa Corn Suitability Rating 2 (CSR2) CSR2 Equation and Component Values - Equation (Mar ) County Weighted Average CSR2 - Map (May ) Iowa CSR2 Distribution - Map (Jan ).
Soil survey of Lee County, North Carolina by Jerry V. Stimpson,The Service edition, in English. The average CSR2 rating in Lee County, IA is The average farmland value estimate in Lee County, IA is $6,/ac. Soil information is sourced from the Web Soil Survey developed by the National Cooperative Soil Survey and operated by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
Crop history information is sourced from the NASS. NRCS has soil maps and data available online for more than 95 percent of the nation’s counties and anticipates having percent in the near future. The site is updated and maintained online as the single authoritative source of soil survey information.
Soil surveys can be used for general farm, local, and wider area planning. SS 56 Digital Lee County, Iowa -- Soil Survey Digital Version Soil survey information is annually updated and posted to the Web Soil Survey, which is the official source for current information.
The Web Soil Survey provides both tabular and spatial data and allows you to create a custom soil resource report for your specific area of interest.
(According to the USA/SOIL Conservation Service Soil Survey of Lee County) Hydric soils are those soils that, in their natural conditions, are saturated, flooded, or ponded long enough during the growing season (February-December in Lee County) to develop anaerobic conditions that favor the growth and regeneration of hydrophytic (wetland) vegetation.
that are described in "Soil Taxonomy" (Soil Survey Staff, ) and "Keys to Soil Taxonomy" (Soil Survey Staff, ) and in the "Soil Survey Manual" (Soil Survey Division Staff, ). If soils are wet enough for a long enough period of time to be considered hydric, they should exhibit certain properties that can be easily observed in the field.
Soil survey of Dubuque County, Iowa by Louis E. Boeckman,U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service in cooperation with the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station edition, in English.
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Submissions from PDF. Soil Survey of Iowa, Report No. 82—Ida County Soils, Roy W. Simonson and T. Benton. Submissions from PDF. Soil Survey of Iowa, Report No. 81—Marion County Soils, Roy W. Simonson and T.
Benton. PDF. Approximately percent of the water used in Lee County comes from underground sources. It is estimated that the use of ground water in the county currently approaches billion gallons per year.
For comparison, this amount would provide each resident with gallons of water a day during a year. Actually, few if any households use this much water, and this greater per. Soils of Iowa; Web Soil Survey; Primary tabs.
View (active tab) Back to dataset; Go to resource; Web Soil Survey. USDA's Web Soil Survey Site. Resources. Web Soil Survey; SSURGO Soils County Downloads; Gridded Soil Survey Geographic (gSSURGO) Database of Iowa; Iowa Soil Properties and Interpretations Database (ISPAID). A: Lee County Extension will be closed in observance of the following Federal Holidays Monday Jan 1 New Years Day Monday Jan 15 Martin Luther King Jr Day Monday Memorial Day Wednesday July 4, Independence Day Monday Sept.
3, Labor Day Monday Nov. 01/01/ Soil survey of Iron County, Wisconsin subset of major land resource areas 90A, 92, 93B, and 94D / by: Kroll, Terry L. Published: () Soil survey of Richland County, Wisconsin subset of major land resource area / by: Simonson, Duane T.
Published: (). Maps, Atlases, Surveys. Des Moines River Valley Plat Maps, Digital Iowa Geological Resources (DIGS) Lee County Soil and Water Conservation District Historical Collection Iowa Center for the Book Iowa Heritage Digital Collections.
If your book is not available on E-ZBorrow, you can request it through ILLiad (ebooks unavailable). Soil survey of Woodbury County, Iowa by: Lensch, Richard A.
Published: () Soil survey Soil survey of Lee County, Illinois by: Elmer. History of Davis County, Iowa: Containing a History of the County, Its Cities, Towns, Etc., a Biographical Directory of Many of Its Leading Citizens, War Record of Its Volunteers in the Late Rebellion, General and Local Statistics, Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men, History of Iowa and the Northwest.
Iowa’s rich soil developed under prairie plants and was held tightly by them. When prairie plants die, their decomposition returns nutrients to the soil, creating a rich, black silty soil. When Iowa land was first plowed, the settlers found 14 to 16 inches.
Taylor County, Iowa -- Soil Survey Digital Version Soil survey information is annually updated and posted to the Web Soil Survey, which is the official source for current information. The Web Soil Survey provides both tabular and spatial data and allows you to create a custom soil resource report for your specific area of interest.
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Website Design by Granicus - Connecting People and Government. Geology Publications: County Soil Surveys (old series) Select a category on the right to narrow down results. Soil Survey of Lee County Illinois Paperback – January 1, by United States Department of Agriculture (Author), Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Author: United States Department of Agriculture, Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station. Each survey consists of a soil map and separate book. The maps show many cultural features in the landscape such as businesses, churches, schools, mills, gins, and ferries.
The collection embraces all Texas county and reconnaissance soil surveys completed prior to Often referred to as America's last frontier, Buchanan County, Virginia, was formed in by Act of the Virginia General Assembly. The young county was named after Pres. James Buchanan, and Grundy, the county seat, was named for U.S.
senator Felix Grundy, who later became attorney general in Pres. Author: Brenda S. Baldwin Publisher: Arcadia Publishing ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: Get Books Buchanan County, like many small counties, has gone through boom and bust in its history.
From floods and fires to economic prosperity, Buchanan went from being one of the wealthiest counties to one of the poorest in the state of.
soybeans in that county. Note: CSR2 values, updated inare based on the USDA NRCS Web Soil Survey (). High, medium, and low quality third land – quality of land planted to corn and soybeans, using typical corn yields collected by USDA NASS as a reference for land quality within the county.
Figure 1. Tri-annual atlas and plat book, Wayne County, Illinois Title from cover. Phillips, Map attached to p. 3 of cover: Soil survey map of Wayne County. 31 x 39 cm., on sheet 40 x 56 cm., folded to 27 x 20 cm.
Includes index. Contributor: Rockford Map Publishers Date: Map of Linn County, Iowa Shows landowners. LC Land ownership maps, Includes illustrations. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
LC copy sectioned in two. Contributor: Mendel, Edward - McWilliams & Thompson Date: Geo. Ogle & Co.,Standard Atlas of Lee County, Iowa.
Language. English. Subject: Time. Country. United States. State. Iowa. County. Lee County. Item Type (DCMI) Text Still image. Item Type (AAT) Plats (Maps) Maps World maps Title pages Tables of contents Photographs Land surveys Indexes (Reference sources).
Soil Survey of Iowa, Report No. 5—Lee County. By W. Stevenson and P. Brown. Abstract. Lee county is situated in the extreme southeastern comer of Iowa partly within the Mississippi loess soil area and partly in the southern Iowa loess area.
Almost 80 percent of the soils of the county are loess soils, the other types being terrace and. Soil survey of Cumberland County, North Carolina. By S.O. Perkins and [others] Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, III, p.
2 maps (1 fold.) 23 cm. (Advance Sheets - Field operations of the Bureau of Soils, ) Creator(s) Perkins, Samuel Oscar, Contributor(s) United States.
Soil Conservation Service: Date The Juhl Trust Farms are located Sections 2, 14, 15, 23 & 24, Des Moines Township and Sections 16 & 17, Montrose Township, Lee County, IA. Tracts 1 & 2 are located 4 miles northwest of Montrose, IA, 1 mile off of US Hwy.
Tracts are located 5 1/2 miles west of Montrose, IA off of Co. J Georeferenced Historical NC Maps Selected maps from the North Carolina Maps project were georeferenced in order to provide the interactive Historic Overlay feature of the digital collection.
This site provides access to these georeferenced maps in a format suitable for use in Geographic Information System (GIS) software. Frequently requested statistics for: Lee County, Iowa. QuickFacts Lee County, Iowa. QuickFacts provides statistics for all states and counties, and for cities and towns with a population of 5, or more.
South Lee Record Books South Lee historical land record books may be viewed in Keokuk on Tuesdays and Thursdays a.m. to p.m. - p.m. Location 25 North 7th Street Keokuk, IA Phone: Soil survey of Lee County, North Carolina / United States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, in cooperation with North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Community Development [and others].
The soil surveys of Des Moines, Henry, and Lee counties (Brown, ; Seaholm, ; and Lockridge, ) provided information regarding shallow rock areas, helped to guide valley mapping units, and defined slope areas where glacial till is exposed.