The desert soil-geomorphology project

TitleThe desert soil-geomorphology project
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Publication1975
AuthorsHawley JW
Conference NameNew Mexico Geological Society Guidebook
Volume26th Field Conference
Pagination183-185
Date Published1975
PublisherNew Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources
Call Number00100
Keywordsabstract, abstracts, conference, conference proceedings, conferences, Desert Project,publication list, geomorphology, landscape, evolution, list,Desert Project publications, proceeding, proceedings, soil, development, soil-geomorphic relationships
AbstractThe Desert Soil-Geomorphology Project refers to a Soil Conservation Service, USDA, investigation between 1957 and 1972, of landscape evolution and soil development in a 400 sq mi area of Dona Ana County, New Mexico (Fig. 1). Its primary purpose was to gather basic information on soil-geomorphic relationships that would lead to increased accuracy and efficiency of the Soil Survey program in arid and semi-arid regions of the western states. A team of soil scientists and geologists from the S.C.S. Soil Survey Investigations Division under the direction of Guy D. Smith staffed the project.
Custom 1Socorro, New Mexico