General Soil Map, Bell County, Texas Side: 1 of 1
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E ll, deep, clayey soils o,
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2 soils over limestone;
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ach area outlined on this map consists of
ore than one kind of soil. The map is thus i -
eant for general planning rather than a basis
for decisions on the use of specific tracts.
n-Branyon association: Nearly level to sloping,
ver clayey material, shale, or marl; on uplands.
s association: Gently sloping to sloping and undul-
shallow to shallow, gravelly, loamy and clayey
ga association: Gently sloping to strongly sloping,
, clayey soils over chalk or chalky marl; on up-
iation: Nearly level to sloping, very shallow to
yey soils over limestone; on uplands.
association: Nearly level, deep, loamy to clayey
ium; on flood plains.
ssociation: Nearly level to gently sloping, moder-
oils over limestone; on uplands.
r to the surface layer unless otherwise stated.
,RTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
ULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
RAL SOIL MAP
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United States. Soil Conservation Service. General Soil Map, Bell County, Texas, map, 1977; Washington D.C.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth130274/m1/1/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.