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Interpretative map of wind erodibility. Gaines County, Texas /

Interpretative map of wind erodibility. Gaines County, Texas /



"Issued May 1986."
Shows soils in groups in terms of capability for crops, as relating to wind erodibility.
"This map is for general planning purposes only."
"Base compiled from U.S.G.S. quadrangle sheets and Texas general highway map."
In lower right margin: September 1983, base 4-R-38442 ; 4-R-38442-2.
UTM grid: Zone 13.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Includes location map.





United States. Soil Conservation Service.
Texas Natural Resources Information System.
National Cartographic Center (U.S.)


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