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Soil variability and reconnaissance soil mapping: a statistical study in Norfolk

Stephen Nortcliff

Soil variability and reconnaissance soil mapping: a statistical study in Norfolk

[by] S. Nortcliff.

by Stephen Nortcliff

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Offprint from: J. Soil Science, v.29 (1978) p.403-18.

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Open LibraryOL13943963M

His research focuses on the application of statistical and geostatistical methods for the purpose of analysing soil properties variability, modelling soil processes, delineating management zones for precision agriculture, hydrology and water resource management. He is also involved in proximal soil sensing, chemometrics, and data fusion. Arkley, R.J. Statistical methods in soil classification and research. Advances in Agron Google Scholar Soil variability and reconnaissance soil mapping: a statistical study in Norfolk. Journal of Soil Scie Google Scholar.

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Any data that will assist in determining soil properties, chemical composition, amount of organic matter, rates of percolation into the soil, crop history, type and amounts of clay, presence of hardpans (i.e., fragipans or durapans), drainage patterns within the soil, and spatial variability in the study area can be a valuable asset when the.   Objectives of soil Investigation Assess the general suitability of site Bearing capacity of the soil Select type and depth of foundation for a given structure Estimate max. probable settlement (total and differential) Investigate the nature and depth of each stratum and assess required properties Study the ground water conditions Soil.


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Soil variability and reconnaissance soil mapping: a statistical study in Norfolk by Stephen Nortcliff Download PDF EPUB FB2

SOIL VARIABILITY AND RECONNAISSANCE SOIL MAPPING. A STATISTICAL STUDY IN NORFOLK. NORTCLIFF (Department of Geography, King's College, Strand, London, WC2R S) Search for more papers by this author.

NORTCLIFF (Department of Geography, King's College, Strand, London, WC2R S)Cited by:   The study was conducted in west Wollega zone of Ethiopia covering nearly 40 km 2 of agricultural land, with the aim to explain variability of soils in the field, classify soils into mapping units and produce a map of these soils at a scale of using geostatistics.

In this paper, soil mapping units (SMUs) were interchangeably used with Cited by: 5. Part of the Advances in Soil Science book series (SOIL, volume 3) Abstract. Soil scientists have recognized variation in soil from place to place for many years. Soil variability and reconnaissance soil mapping: a statistical study in Norfolk.

Soil Sci. – CrossRef Google Scholar. Oliver, M.A. Soil variation in the Wyre Cited by: Nortcliff, S. (), Soil Variability and Reconnaissance Soil Mapping: A Statistical Study in Norfolk Journal of Soil Science, 29, pp– CrossRef Google Scholar Rang, M.C., Okx, J.P.

and Burrough, P.A. (), The Use of Geostatistical Methods within the Framework of the Dutch Soil Cited by: 4. PDF | This study was conducted on kame field of Poznan Lakeland in order to characterize the spatial variation of selected soil properties that was | Find, read and cite all the research you.

Soil variability and reconnaissance soil mapping: A statistical study in Norfolk. Book review: Agroforestry for Soil Management, 2nd edn, A. Young, CAB International, Wallingford, The Web Soil Survey allows you to create custom reports by selecting a specific area of interest. In the table below, clicking on a survey area that is listed as "current" takes you to the Web Soil Survey.

Historical and supplemental documents are available below. Printed soil survey reports were the main source of soils information from SOIL VARIABILITY AND RECONNAISSANCE SOIL MAPPING. A STATISTICAL STUDY IN NORFOLK. NORTCLIFF; Pages: ; First Published: September ; Abstract; Full text PDF PDF References; Request permissions; THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SOIL VARIABILITY FOR FOREST SOIL STUDIES IN NORTH‐EAST SCOTLAND.

Nortcliff S () Soil variability and reconnaissance soil mapping- statistical study in Norfolk. J Soil Sci 29(3)– CrossRef Google Scholar Odeh IOA, McBratney AB, Chittleborough DJ () Soil pattern recognition with fuzzy c-means: application to classification and soil-landform inter-relationships.

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The objectives of this study were two-fold: (1) to investigate soil variability as a function of spatial resolution or map scale, spatial location and physiographic region, and specific soil property, and (2) to quantify the variability of soil type and selected soil.

Soil Variability and Reconnaissance Soil Mapping: A Statistical Study in Norfolk. Journal of Soil Science, 29, pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar. 16). Rang, M.C., Okx, J.P.

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Soil mapping involves locating and identifying the. Following this initial study, several other studies were done locally. On the national scale, the first soil maps of the country together with the land capability were prepared by the FAO on a scale of(Dewan and Famouri, ).Sincein Iran, all soil studies have officially been done based on traditional methods, including API and physiographic methods.

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(), which characterized the spatial variability of soil-water properties for a ha field at the University of California's West Side Field Station in the San Joaquin characterization of soil spatial variability is fundamental to the understanding of. Igor V. Florinsky, in Digital Terrain Analysis in Soil Science and Geology, Depth Variability.

Absolute values of the correlation coefficients of the soil moisture content with a topographic variable decreased and, at times, became statistically insignificant with increasing the depth of soil layer (Table ).This demonstrates a decrease of the topographic influence on soil.

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