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Seven soil mapping units were each sampled at five locations within Maine. The morphology of the soil was described at each site. The profiles were sampled on a horizonal basis from the soil surface to a depth of 100 cm. The soil samples were taken to the laboratory where their chemical and physical properties were determined. Weighted means and weighted standard deviations were determined for several soil properties. Soil profile descriptions and chemical and physical soil data are presented for each sample site.
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Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station
Rourke, R.V., and K.A. Schmidt. 1979. Chemica and physical properties of the Boothbay, Brayton, Croghan, Monarda, Plaisted, Scantic, and Swanville soil mapping units. Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 94.