Key to Subgroups
BCDC. Other Haplosaprists that have both:
1. Throughout a layer 30 cm or thick that has its upper boundary within the control section, an electrical conductivity of 30 dS/m or more (1:1soil:water) for 6 months or more during normal years; and
2. A mineral layer 30 cm or more thick that has its upper boundary within the control section, below the surface tier. Halic Terric Haplosaprists
Description of Subgroups
BCDC. Halic Terric Haplosaprists.—These are the Haplosaprists that have an electrical conductivity of 30 dS/m or more in a layer 30 cm or more thick within 130 cm of the soil surface and have a mineral layer 30 cm or more thick. These soils do not have a lithic contact within a depth of 130 cm or limnic layers. Halic Terric Haplosaprists commonly occur near coastal areas that are inundated by the ocean.
Soil Families and Soil Series in Subgroup
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