Reconnoissance soil survey of south part of north central Wisconsin by A. R. Whitson

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Soil survey in cooperation with the College of agriculture.

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Statementby A. R. Whitson, W. J. Geib, T. J. Dunnewald and Clinton B. Post, of the Wisconsin Geological and natural history survey, and Arthur E. Taylor, J. B. R. Dickey and Carl Thompson, of the U. S. Dept. of agriculture; survey conducted in cooperation with the United States Department of agriculture, Bureau of soils.
SeriesWisconsin. Geological and Natural History Survey. Bulletin, no. 52-A., Soil series,, no. 16
ContributionsGeib, W. J. 1880- joint author., Dunnewald, T. J. 1884- joint author., Post, Clinton B. joint author., Taylor, Arthur E. b. 1877, joint author., Dickey, J. B. R., joint author., Thompson, Carl, joint author., United States. Bureau of Soils.
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LC ClassificationsQE179 .A2 no. 52-A
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Pagination108 p.,
Number of Pages108
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Open LibraryOL252204M
LC Control Numbergs 20000007
OCLC/WorldCa4152314

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