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Description & Interpretation of Two Soils In Lake and Orange Counties, Florida. Tim Hull Environmental Pedology. Soil No. 1 - Lake County, FL. Sub-Tropical Climate Average Annual Rainfall ≈ 51” Average Temperature. Mt. Dora, Lake County, FL. Soil No. 1 Landscape Position:

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Description interpretation of two soils in lake and orange counties florida

Description & Interpretation of Two Soils In Lake and Orange Counties, Florida

Tim Hull

Environmental Pedology


Soil no 1 lake county fl
Soil No. 1 - Lake County, FL Counties, Florida

  • Sub-Tropical Climate

  • Average Annual Rainfall ≈ 51”

  • Average Temperature


Mt. Dora, Lake County, FL Counties, Florida

  • Soil No. 1

  • Landscape Position:

  • Knoll on marine terrace


Soil No. 1 Counties, Florida

Elevation ≈ 125’

Contour Elevations


Soil no 1 soil survey
Soil No. 1 - Soil Survey Counties, Florida

Map Unit Nos.

  • Mapped as an Arent

  • Sample has horizon development

  • Imprecision due to scale

8

9

17

Soil No. 1


Profile Description: Counties, Florida

Ap--0-20 cm; brown (10YR 5/3) sand; single grained; loose; many fine roots; abrupt wavy boundary.

E--20-32 cm; very pale brown (10YR 7/4) sand; single grained; loose; many fine roots; clear wavy boundary.

Bt1--32-98 cm; red (2.5YR 5/8) sandy loam; moderate subangular blocky structure; friable; few fine roots; gradual wavy boundary.

Bt2--98-163 cm; red (2.5YR 5/8) sandy loam; moderate subangular blocky structure; friable; common prominent white (10YR 8/1) and yellow (10YR 8/8) areas of depletion; gradual wavy boundary.

Bt3--163-224+ cm; white (2.5Y 8/1) loam; strong subangular blocky structure; very friable; many red (2.5YR 5/8) areas of iron accumulation.


Ap Counties, Florida

Ap

E

E

E

Bt1

Bt1


Bt1 Counties, Florida

Bt2

Bt2

Bt3


Relict redox (ped from Bt3) Counties, Florida


Soil no 2 seminole county fl
Soil No. 2 - Seminole County, FL Counties, Florida

  • Sub-Tropical Climate

  • Average Annual Rainfall ≈ 51”

  • Average Temperature


Soil No. 2 Counties, FloridaSeminole County, FLLandscape Position: Floodplain

(Econlockhatchee River)


Soil No. 2 Counties, Florida

Elevation ≈ 10’

25

Contour Elevations


Soil no 2 soil survey
Soil No. 2 - Soil Survey Counties, Florida

Map Unit Nos.

  • Profile characteristics don’t match characteristics of major map unit components

  • Imprecision due to scale

18

20

29

99

11

28

Soil No. 2


Profile Description: Counties, Florida

Ap--0-1 cm; very dark gray (10YR 3/1) sand; single grained; loose; many medium and coarse roots; abrupt smooth boundary.

E--1-2 cm; light brownish gray (10YR 6/2) sand; single grained; loose; many fine roots, few medium and coarse roots; abrupt smooth boundary.

Bh--2-22 cm; very dark gray (10YR 3/1) sand; single grained; loose; many fine roots; few dark reddish brown (2.5YR 3/3) soft masses of iron accumulation; gradual smooth boundary.

BE--22-36cm; dark reddish brown (5YR 3/4) sand; single grained; loose; common fine roots; common dark red (2.5YR 3/6) soft masses of iron accumulation and common dark yellowish brown (10YR 4/4) areas of depletion; gradual wavy boundary.

E1--36-50cm; brownish yellow (10YR 6/6) sand; single grained; loose; common fine roots; few yellowish red (5YR 5/8) soft masses of iron accumulation; smooth wavy boundary.

E2--50-71cm;pale yellow (2.5Y 7/3) sand; single grained; loose; few fine roots; many yellowish red (5YR 5/8) soft masses and pore linings of iron accumulation; abrupt wavy boundary.

Bt--71-81cm; dark yellowish brown (10YR 4/4) sand; single grained; loose; few yellowish red (5YR 5/8) soft masses and pore linings of iron accumulation; many yellowish brown (10YR 5/6) areas of depletion; gradual wavy boundary.

Bt/Btg--81-104cm; dark yellowish brown (10YR 4/4) sand; single grained; loose; common prominent very coarse gray (5YR 5/1) and many prominent coarse pale yellow (2.5Y 7/3) areas of depletion; gradual wavy boundary.

Btg--104-124+ cm; reddish gray (2.5YR 5/1) clay; moderate subangular blocky structure; very friable; many yellowish red (5YR 5/8) soft masses and pore linings of iron accumulation; few prominent very coarse pale brown (10YR 6/3) areas of depletion.


Ap Counties, Florida

E

Bh


E Counties, Florida

Bh


Bh Counties, Florida

BE

E1


BE Closeup Counties, Florida

E1


BE Counties, Florida

E1

Depleted Matrix

E2


E1 Counties, Florida

Redox as soft masses

E2

Bt


E2 Counties, Florida

Redox as soft masses

Bt

Bt/Btg

Homogenous zones of Btg in Bt matrix


Bt Counties, Florida

Bt/Btg

Homogenous zones of Btg in Bt matrix

Btg


Bt/Btg Counties, Florida

Gray colors due to reduction of Fe and anaerobic conditions

Depletions

Btg

Redox as soft masses




Soil properties
Soil Properties Counties, Florida


Site characteristics
Site Characteristics Counties, Florida


Soil classification
Soil Classification Counties, Florida


Soil interpretations
Soil Interpretations Counties, Florida


Questions
Questions? Counties, Florida


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