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1. A vertical section of the soil through all its layers and extending into its growing medium; term is also used to refer to the corresponding layer of a baseball field skinned area.<br>
 
1. A vertical section of the soil through all its layers and extending into its growing medium; term is also used to refer to the corresponding layer of a baseball field skinned area.<br>
http://soils.usda.gov/education/resources/k_12/lessons/profile/profile.jpg<br><br>
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http://soils.usda.gov/education/resources/k_12/lessons/profile/profile.jpg<br><br>http://www.uwsp.edu/geo/faculty/lemke/images/geomorphology/soil_profile.gif<BR><BR>
 
the four distinct layers of a soil's profile<br><br>
 
the four distinct layers of a soil's profile<br><br>
Source:http://soils.usda.gov<br><br>
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Source:http://soils.usda.gov<br><br>http://www.uwsp.edu/geo/faculty/lemke/geomorphology/lecture_outlines/14_soil_properties_&_classification.html
  
 
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1. A vertical section of the soil through all its layers and extending into its growing medium; term is also used to refer to the corresponding layer of a baseball field skinned area.
profile.jpg

soil_profile.gif

the four distinct layers of a soil's profile

Source:http://soils.usda.gov

http://www.uwsp.edu/geo/faculty/lemke/geomorphology/lecture_outlines/14_soil_properties_&_classification.html