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OFR 1993-01

An evaluation of alternative methods of soil mapping

Over the last 15 years the majority of soils information has been compiled at Survey Intensity Level 3 (SIL3) 1:50,000 map scale. Six townships were mapped and compiled at 1:50,000 and evaluated on the basis of cartometrics, map accuracy and time ... Show Abstract

Nikiforuk, W.L.  Fawcett, M.D.  MacMillan, R.A.  1993-02-01

OFR 1993-09

An evaluation of the extrapolatory method of soil mapping

The need to investigate alternative procedures for mapping soils is apparent in view of the increasing demand for soil and land information, and the decreasing availability of financial and human resources to support conventional soil ... Show Abstract

Fawcett, M.D.  Nikiforuk, N.L.  McNeil, R.L.  MacMillan, R.A.  1993-01-01

OFR 1992-22

Soil mapping systems

Soil mapping has been an ongoing activity in Alberta since the early 1920's and has been conducted through cooperation between the Federal and Provincial Governments. Financial support for mapping in Alberta has declined from both levels of ... Show Abstract

MacMillan, R.A.  Nikiforuk, L.  Fawcett, M.D.  Whitson, I.R.  McNeil, R.L.  1992-05-01

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