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  1. Vol. 17 No. 2, p. 123-127



Major Kinds of Profiles and Their Relationships in New York1

  1. Marlin G. Cline2



The Zonal soils of New York are members of the Gray-Brown Podzolic, Brown Podzolic, and Podzol great soil groups. Each dominates the best-drained sites of extensive areas, but each is associated locally with a complete catena controlled by groundwater relationships. In addition, Brown Forest soils occupy the best-drained sites on some highly calcareous materials, and Alluvial soils occur on recent alluvium. Each of these is also associated with a complete catena.

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