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East and central farming and forest region and Atlantic basin diversified farming region: LRRs N and SAuthor(s): Brad D. Lee; John M. Kabrick
Source: In: West, L.T.; Singer, M.J.; Hartemink, A.E., eds. Soils of the USA. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing: 227-241. Chapter 12.
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe central, unglaciated US east of the Great Plains to the Atlantic coast corresponds to the area covered by LRR N (East and Central Farming and Forest Region) and S (Atlantic Basin Diversified Farming Region). These regions roughly correspond to the Interior Highlands, Interior Plains, Appalachian Highlands, and the Northern Coastal Plains.
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CitationLee, Brad D.; Kabrick, John M. 2017. East and central farming and forest region and Atlantic basin diversified farming region: LRRs N and S. In: West, L.T.; Singer, M.J.; Hartemink, A.E., eds. Soils of the USA. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing: 227-241. Chapter 12.
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