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Soil survey of Diamond Valley area, Nevada

Warren M. Archer

Soil survey of Diamond Valley area, Nevada

parts of Elko, Eureka, and White Pine Counties.

by Warren M. Archer

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nevada,
  • Diamond Basin,
  • Eureka County,
  • Diamond Basin.,
  • Eureka County.
    • Subjects:
    • Soils -- Nevada -- Diamond Basin -- Maps.,
    • Soils -- Nevada -- Eureka County -- Maps.,
    • Soil surveys -- Nevada -- Diamond Basin.,
    • Soil surveys -- Nevada -- Eureka County.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsUnited States. Soil Conservation Service., United States. Bureau of Land Management., Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture. Agricultural Experiment Station.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS599.N425 A7
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 122 p. :
      Number of Pages122
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3920329M
      LC Control Number81601596

      Agricultural Experiment Station, Tucson. Slopes are 8 to 50 percent. National Cooperative Soil Survey. Forest Service. Soil reaction: slightly alkaline through strongly alkaline. Irrigated land capability classification is 2w.

      Structure: Weak medium platy or granular structure. Particle-size control section - Clay content: 10 to 18 percent. Proper watering techniques or scheduling is necessary to allow deep-water infiltration in our tight clay soils. Thin sub-horizons of up to 50 percent welded tuff gravel in some pedons. Effervescence: Slightly effervescent or strongly effervescent.

      Organic matter content in the surface horizon is about 2 percent. National Cooperative Soil Survey. A horizon Value: 5 through 7 dry, 3 or 4 moist. Highams soil have lithic contacts at depths of 25 to 50 cm from the soil surface. Depth to a root restrictive layer, bedrock, lithic, is 4 to 10 inches.


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Soil survey of Diamond Valley area, Nevada by Warren M. Archer Download PDF Ebook

This component is on fan skirts, piedmont slopes. SO: Reston, Va. Mean annual soil temperature: 7 to 8 degrees C. The climate is semiarid with cold, moist winters and cool, dry summers.

The mean annual precipitation is about mm and the mean annual temperature is about 7 Nevada book C. The calcium carbonate equivalent within 40 inches, typically, does not exceed 40 percent.

Gardeners who are patient, know how to select plants that grow here, and who learn how to manipulate, manage and understand their microclimates will be amply rewarded.

National Cooperative Soil Survey. AU: Zielinski,-Michael-J. Lithology of fragments is limestone, calcite, or dolostone. Shrink-swell potential is high. Nonirrigated land capability classification is 7c.

Organic material should be added to both clay and sandy soils to help improve drainage and air flow and to retain moisture and nutrients. Depth to a root restrictive layer, bedrock, paralithic, is 6 to 14 inches. These soils formed in colluvium and residuum derived from granite alaskite rocks. The mean annual precipitation is mm and the mean annual temperature is 9 degrees C.

Consistence: Soft or slightly hard dry, very friable or friable, nonplastic or slightly plastic.

HOPEKA SERIES

This component is on mountains. The soil has a maximum sodium adsorption ratio of 6 within 30 inches of the soil surface. A horizons Value: 4 Soil survey of Diamond Valley area 5 dry, 2 or 3 moist. The Rock outcrop is a miscellaneous area. Depth to a root restrictive layer, duripan, is 39 to 55 inches.

Particle-size control section - The zone from 30 to Nevada book cm 2Bt1 and 2Bt2 horizons. The bedrock contact is normally coated with thin discontinuous layers of silica and carbonates.LOCATION TAHQUATS ID+NV Established Series Rev.

WJL 04/ TAHQUATS SERIES Typically, Tahquats soils have dark grayish brown A1 horizons, brown or light brown moderately fine textured B2t horizons containing more than 35 percent of coarse fragments, and noncalcareous loamy C horizons containing many coarse fragments.

Diamond Valley Area, Nevada, Parts of Elko, Eureka and White Pine Counties Soil Survey Descriptions provided by the United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service.

For more information, please visit their website. We have found 18 businesses for Soil Testing in Diamond Valley, QLD - Construction Sciences Pty Ltd, Civil Quality Assurance (QLD) Pty Ltd, East Coast Geotechnical Pty Ltd, CSI Soil Testing, Lindsay Consulting - and more.FIELD OFFICE TECHNICAL GUIDE.

SECTION II.

HOLTLE SERIES

SOIL Pdf BASED ON. THE SOIL SURVEY OF. Diamond Valley Area, Nevada, Parts of Elko, Eureka and White Pine Counties.Diamond Valley is a valley basin between the Sulphur Spring Range download pdf the Diamond Mountains, in central Nevada, the Western United States.

Geography. The valley is almost entirely within Eureka County, but the northern end crosses into Elko County.

TAHQUATS SERIES

The valley is up to 12 miles (19 km) wide and over 45 miles (72 km) long.California and Nevada NV Diamond Valley Area, Nevada, Ebook of Detailed Soil Map Legend Published Elko, Eureka and White Pine Counties NV Douglas County Area, Nevada Detailed Soil Map Legend Out-of- date NV Duck Valley Indian Reservation, Idaho .