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Soils

Soils tests

question or termanswer or definition
What is dirt dead soil
Whats the second layer of soil top soil
Whats the three ways to identify soil porosity, color and texture
How is soil formed weathering, erosion, landscape, climate, time, effect of humans, vegetation and living creatures
Whats fourth layer of rock parent material
Whats the top layer called humas
How many types of soil are there over 70,000
What is silt made from clay and sand
What is loam made from clay, sand, and silt`
Are sand and clay soil YES
What is soil a mixture of air, water, living organisms, roots, compounds, inorganic rocks, and minerals
What is porsity how much water it can hold
Does soil filter water YES
What are good uses and important uses for soil food, fiber, habitats, growing medium, fuel, and filters water
Created by: adurant2003