|Other titles||Possibilité des terres pour l"agriculture.|
|Series||Report - Canada Land Inventory ;, no. 10, Report (Canada Land Inventory) ;, no. 10.|
|LC Classifications||HD107 .C3 no. 10, S599.1.A1 .C3 no. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27, 29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||81465429|
• Land capability polygons = 25 ha 18 Land capability class Area ‐ha Very low capability: 11 23 36 98 10 2 11 12 72 13 16 14 9 Very High capability: 15 4 Dr Bill Cotching, PhD. is a leading expert on soil carbon and soil management for agriculture. Bill works with farmers, natural resource management groups, local government and industry representatives and indigenous communities across a wide range of regions, farms and environments. National scale land capability for agriculture ; Land capability for agriculture (partial cover) The National scale land capability for forestry map provides information on the potential for land to grow trees based on a number of factors including soil, climate and topography. Northern Scotland Field - Book 3 () Land Capability for. land use requirement definition, land survey and investigation, and land capability an alysis (Figure ). These activities were integrated and grouped int o two main phases, developing.
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Author of Soil Capability For Agriculture, Land Capability For Forestry, Land Capability For Recreation, Land Capability For Wildlife-Ungulates, Land Capability For Wildlife-Waterfowl, Land Capability For Wildlife, Land Capability Analysis, Generalized Land Use. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Col. maps on 3 folded leaves in Cover. Agdex no. Description: iii, 72 pages: illustrations, map. Land capability would be a classification system. For instance, soils would be grouped into certain categories by how good they are for cultivation. Land suitability is somewhat similar. A land suitability map takes in many factors to determine how suitable a piece of land is for its proposed function. Land use capability, Juniata County, Pennsylvania "April " Includes location map. "4R," Includes location map. "4R," Available also through the Library of .