Soils with Spodic Characteristics on the Eastern Shore of Maryland

Margaret Anne Condron
A seasonally fluctuating water table may be an important factor in the formation of spodic horizons in sandy, quartzose sediments on the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. This study was conducted to examine spodic horizon formation and expression along two topohydrosequences. After a reconnaissance study, two research sites were chosen in the Pocomoke State Forest in Worcester County, Maryland. The soils were classified according to Soil Taxonomy as siliceous, mesic, Typic Quartzipsamments, Aquic Haplorthods, and...
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