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 Similar to Otisville; less rock fragments in subsoil % Inclusion None
Soil Type 2 Similar to Tyner; less silt and more sand in subsoil % Inclusion None
Soil Type 3 Urban land beach plains
beach ridges / Summit
beach ridges / Shoulder
beach ridges / Backslope
beach ridges / Footslope
lake plains
45% Major Soil Type None
Soil Type 4 Tyner lake plains
beach plains
beach ridges
25% Major Soil Type YES
Soil Type 5 Otisville lake plains
beach plains
beach ridges
17% Major Soil Type YES
Soil Type 6 Chenango outwash plains 8% Inclusion Similar Data [2] *
Soil Type 7 Well drained soils with 10 to 18 percent clay in the subsoil 5% Inclusion None

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: Urban land-Tyner-Otisville complex, 2 to 6 percent slopes
Map Unit Type: Complex
Map Unit Symbol: UtB
Map Unit Area: 829 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): 8.44 cm
Max Flood Freq: None
Drainage Class (Dominant Condition):
Drainage Class (Wettest Component): Excessively drained
Hydric Conditions: 0
[Annual] Min. Water Table Depth: n/a
[April-June] Min. Water Table Depth: n/a
Min Bedrock Depth: n/a
Raw Aggregated Map Unit Data

Associated Point Data
Links to any NSSL point data within this map unit.