SOIL SURVEY OF SASKATCHEWAN Covering the Agriculturally Settled Areas North of Township 48 (Saskatchewan Soil Survey Report No. 13)

By: Mitchell, J., H.C. Moss, and J.S. Clayton

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"The first purpose of the Soil Survey is to scientifically classify the soils of an area, and to supplement this activity by examining their physical and chemical nature in the laboratory. The results must be organized and placed in maps and reports so that they are usable by anyone interested in the soil." Comes w/box containing four maps. 241 pages (including Appendix), illustrated. General wear. Maps NF, in G box w/worn/torn ends/corners/flaps. Difficult to find book and box of maps sitting at the same table.

Title: SOIL SURVEY OF SASKATCHEWAN Covering the Agriculturally Settled Areas North of Township 48 (Saskatchewan Soil Survey Report No. 13)

Author Name: Mitchell, J., H.C. Moss, and J.S. Clayton

Categories: Non-fiction,

Publisher: Saskatoon, University of Saskatchewan: 1950

Binding: Stiff Card Wraps

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall

Seller ID: 013578

Keywords: J. MITCHELL, H.C. MOSS, J.S. CLAYTON, SOIL, SOILS, SASKATCHEWAN, LAND, AGRICULTURE, TOPOGRAPHY, SURVEY, SURVEYS, NON-FICTION