Map Unit Composition
Map units consist of 1 or more soil types, commonly referred to as "components".
|Component Name||Geomorphic Position||Area Fraction||Component Type||Horizon Data|
|Soil Type 1 Peaks||mountains / Backslope||45%||Major Soil Type||YES|
|Soil Type 2 Edneytown||mountain slopes / Backslope||40%||Major Soil Type||YES|
Note: links to horizon data marked with an * are approximate.
Map Unit Data What is a Map Unit?
Cartographic information about this map unit.
|Map Unit Name:||Peaks-Edneytown complex, 55 to 70 percent slopes, extremely stony|
|Map Unit Type:||Complex|
|Map Unit Symbol:||38F|
|Map Unit Area:||1213 acres total in survey area|
|Raw Map Unit Data|
|Raw Component Data (All Components)|
Map Unit Aggregated Data
Generalized soils information within this map unit.
|Farmland Class:||Not prime farmland|
|Available Water Storage (0-100cm):||11.08 cm|
|Max Flood Freq:||None|
|Drainage Class (Dominant Condition):||Somewhat excessively drained|
|Drainage Class (Wettest Component):||Well drained|
|[Annual] Min. Water Table Depth:||n/a|
|[April-June] Min. Water Table Depth:||n/a|
|Min Bedrock Depth:||97 cm|
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Associated Point Data
Links to any NSSL point data within this map unit.