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Hydrological scoring of pedality (score)

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Hydrological scores for grades of pedality based on correlations with measured steady infiltration rates for a wide range of soils, as determined by Lin et al. (1999): single grain (50), massive (0), weak (1), moderate (5), or strong (25). In this classification, single grain is listed as a very strong class under ped grade to compare sand with other textural soils. Pedality derives from McKenzie et al. (2000).

Modified: 08 08 2014

153.64,-9 153.64,-43.8 112.9,-43.8 112.9,-9 153.64,-9

133.27,-26.4

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Hydrological scoring of pedality (score)

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