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Characterization and composition of selected Cecil map units in the Virginia Piedmont
(Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993-08)
A study in Appomattox, Pittsylvania, and Lunenburg counties in the southern Piedmont of Virginia assessed composition and variability of a map unit named for a taxon of Typic Kanhapludults. Twelve delineations of Cecil ...
Supplemental data for soil surveys of James City, York, and New Kent counties, and Camp Peary and Fort Eustis, Virginia
(Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1988-11)
Soil surveys for James City and York Counties were completed in June 1980 and for New Kent County in 1985. The soil surveys for Camp Peary and Fort Eustis were completed in 1981 and 1984, respectively. These surveys were ...
An investigation of soils within the Tatum and Elioak mapping units in the Virginia Piedmont
(Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1983-03)
Engineering properties of selected soils in the Virginia Piedmont
(Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1983-10)
The Piedmont Province i Virginia, running in a north-south direction, is approximately 50 miles wide along the Maryland border I ard broadens to the south until it encompasses approximately 150 miles along the North Carolina ...