1938 USDA Soil Taxonomy

The 1938 USDA soil taxonomy was a soil classification system adopted by the United States Department of Agriculture, now obsolete. The classification system used previously was developed and published in 1936 by C.F. Marbut, who was chief of the U.S. Soil Survey at that time. A drastic modification, the 1938 system was extensively revised in 1949 and remained in use until 1965. See USDA soil taxonomy for the current system.

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