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Chemical analyses of native soil and vegetation samples, Capps coal field, Alaska

Chemical analyses of native soil and vegetation samples, Capps coal field, Alaska

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Published by The Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soils -- Alaska -- Analysis

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby L.P. Gough and R.C. Severson ; United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 83-246, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 83-246
    ContributionsSeverson, R. C. 1945-, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13606770M


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Chemical analyses of native soil and vegetation samples, Capps coal field, Alaska. Authors: Gough, L.P., and Severson, R.C. Publication Date: Chemical analyses of native soil and vegetation samples, Capps coal field, Alaska Open-File Report By: L.P.

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CHEMICAL ANALYSES OF NATIVE SOIL AND VEGETATION SAMPLES, CAPPS COAL FIELD, ALASKA by L. Gough and R. Severson INTRODUCTION The purpose of this report is to present data for 55 soil and 43 plant material parameters (mostly element concentrations) that were determined on r\ samples collected in the Capps Coal Field, : L.P.

Gough, R.C. Severson. Send the soil samples to soil testing laboratory along with the information sheet. Information sheet: The soil sample thus collected must be furnished important information like – 1.

Sample number 2. Name and address of the farmers. Details of the field and site. Local name field,Khasra no etc. Date of sampling Size: 1MB. sustainability Article The Impact of the Quality of Coal Mine Stockpile Soils on Sustainable Vegetation Growth and Productivity Nicky M Mushia 1,2,*, Abel Ramoelo 1,3 and Kingsley K.

Ayisi 1 1 Department of Plant Production, Soil Science and Capps coal field Engineering, University of Limpopo, SovengaSouth Africa; [email protected] (A.R.); @ (K.K.A.)Cited by: 4.

Chemical Composition and Variability of Soils from the Capps Coal Field, Alaska By R. Severson and L. Gough Open-file Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey editorial standards,Cited by: 1.

Readily or continually undergoing chemical, physical or biological change or breakdown. A substance readily transformed by micro-organisms or readily available to plants. more info Refer to Chapter for more information on how to collect a quality, representative soil sample from a site.

The soil analysis report provides the information. Alaska Fairbanks Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources, and the Ahtna Native Regional Corporation.

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Site scores represent soil organic carbon chemical composition assemblages. The large symbols represent the centroids of all samples from three vegetation types, and lines indicate the SE along.

Cubic yards of soil in pile Number of grab samples Less than 50 1 23 1, 4 2, 5 Each additional 2, One additional sample Analysis of soil samples is not normally necessary if less than 10 cubic yards of contaminated soil.

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Increased trace element levels in soils and plants collected. Introduction: The favorable response to the reports on the geochemistry of unconsolidated surficial materials of the conterminous United States (informally called the 'mile geochemical survey,' Shacklette and others, a, b,and ) led us, into initiate a somewhat similar survey of Alaska.

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Alluvial soil 2. Red soil 3. Laterite 4. Black soil 5. Sandy soil 6. Clayey soil.