Views
4 years ago

INTERPRETIVE GUIDE TO THE SOILS - Fauquier County

INTERPRETIVE GUIDE TO THE SOILS - Fauquier County

Table. Summary of Soil

Table. Summary of Soil Characteristics and Use Potential (**-- not part of official soil survey) MAP. UNIT SYMBOL SOIL NAME SLOPE 48A** Fletcherville – Myersville complex 0 - 2 % 48B Fletcherville – Myersville complex 2 - 7 % SOIL CHARACTERISTICS Complex of deep, moderately well drained, light yellowish-brown clay (Fletcherville) and deep, well drained, strong brown silty (Myersville) soils in saddles and heads of drainageways; developed in residuum from greenstone schist Complex of deep, moderately well drained, light yellowish-brown clay (Fletcherville) and deep, well drained, strong brown silty (Myersville) soils in saddles and heads of drainageways; developed in residuum from greenstone schist 48C** Complex of deep, well drained, strong brown silty (Myersville) and deep, moderately well Myersville - drained, light yellowish-brown clay Fletcherville (Fletcherville) soils on strongly sloping complex backslopes; developed in residuum from greenstone schist 7 - 15 % 49C SEE MAP UNIT 47C 49C3 SEE MAP UNIT 47C 50B Very deep, moderately well drained, yellowish-brown loamy fragipan soil on broad, Goldvein fine flat summits and gently sloping backslopes; gravely silt loam developed in residuum from quartz monzonite and granite pegmatites 3 - 8% 50C Very deep, moderately well drained, yellowish-brown loamy fragipan soil on Goldvein fine strongly sloping backslopes; developed in gravely silt loam residuum from quartz monzonite and granite pegmatites 8 - 15% 51D Moderately deep, well drained, strong brown loamy soils containing more than 35% rock Stumptown-Rock fragments and 10 – 20 % rock outcrop on Outcrop complex summits and moderately steep backslopes; soil surface is covered with 0 – 15 % flagstones 15 - 25% and/or boulders; developed from local creep and residuum from interbedded quartzite, quartz muscovite schist and phyllite EROSION HAZARD K Factor (surface/subsoil) HYDROLOGIC GROUP Moderate 0.37, 0.28 C Moderate 0.37, 0.28 C High 0.37, 0.28 C Slight 0.28, 0.28 C Moderate 0.28, 0.28 C High 0.20, 0.10 B USE POTENTIAL AND PROBLEMS FOR SELECTED USES GENERAL DEVELOPMENT USING CENTRAL WATER AND CENTRAL SEWER POOR intermittent high water table and high shrink-swell clays occur locally Bearing Capacity: low Shrink-swell Potential: high POOR intermittent high water table and high shrink-swell clays occur locally Bearing Capacity: low Shrink-swell Potential: high POOR intermittent high water table and high shrink-swell clays occur locally Bearing Capacity: low Shrink-swell Potential: high FAIR intermittent high water table Bearing Capacity: moderate Shrink-swell Potential: moderate FAIR intermittent high water table Bearing Capacity: moderate Shrink-swell Potential: moderate VERY POOR steep slopes; shallow to rock Bearing Capacity: moderate Shrink-swell Potential: low DEVELOPMENT USING CONVENTIONAL SEPTIC TANK AND DRAINFIELD POOR high water table POOR high water table POOR high water table POOR intermittent high water table Fragipan POOR intermittent high water table fragipan NOT SUITED shallow to rock steep slopes rock outcrop AGRICULTURE PRIME CROPLAND PRIME CROPLAND SECONDARY CROPLAND PRIME PASTURE PRIME PASTURE FORESTRY (HARDWOOD) MODERATELY HIGH MODERATELY HIGH MODERATELY HIGH LOW LOW LAND USE CAPABILITY CLASS IIe IIIs IVs NOT SUITED VERY LOW VIIs

Table. Summary of Soil Characteristics and Use Potential (**-- not part of official soil survey) MAP. UNIT SYMBOL SOIL NAME SLOPE 51E Stumptown-Rock Outcrop complex 25 - 45% SOIL CHARACTERISTICS Moderately deep, well drained, strong brown loamy soils containing more than 35% rock fragments and 10 – 20 % rock outcrop on steep backslopes; soil surface is covered with 0 – 15 % flagstones and/or boulders; developed from local creep and residuum from interbedded quartzite, quartz muscovite schist and phyllite 52C SEE MAP UNIT 53C 52D SEE MAP UNIT 53D 52D2 SEE MAP UNIT 53D 53B** Very deep, well drained, micaceous, dark brown loamy soils on summits and gently Glenelg loam 2 - 7% sloping backslopes; developed in residuum from micaceous acid crystalline rock 53C Glenelg loam 7 - 15% 53D Glenelg loam 15 - 25% Very deep, well drained, micaceous, dark brown loamy soils on undulating summits and strongly sloping backslopes; developed in residuum from micaceous acid crystalline rock Very deep, well drained, micaceous, yellowish-red loamy soils on sloping sideslopes in dissected uplands; developed in residuum from mica schist and mica gneiss 53E SEE MAP UNIT 33E 53E3 SEE MAP UNIT 33E 54B SEE MAP UNIT 55B 54C SEE MAP UNIT 55C 55B Very deep, well drained, micaceous, dark red clayey soils on broad summits and gently Elioak loam 2 - 7% sloping backslopes; developed in residuum from micaceous acid crystalline rocks EROSION HAZARD K Factor (surface/subsoil) HYDROLOGIC GROUP Very High 0.20, 0.10 B Moderate 0.32, 0.43 B High 0.32, 0.43 B Very high 0.32, 0.43 B Moderate 0.37, 0.32 B USE POTENTIAL AND PROBLEMS FOR SELECTED USES GENERAL DEVELOPMENT USING CENTRAL WATER AND CENTRAL SEWER VERY POOR very steep slopes; shallow to rock Bearing Capacity: moderate Shrink-swell Potential: low GOOD high mica content in substratum may interfere with compaction Bearing Capacity: low Shrink-swell Potential: low GOOD high mica content in substratum may interfere with compaction Bearing Capacity: low Shrink-swell Potential: low FAIR high mica content in substratum may interfere with compaction; steep slopes Bearing Capacity: low Shrink-swell Potential: low GOOD high mica content in substratum may interfere with compaction Bearing Capacity: moderate Shrink-swell Potential: moderate DEVELOPMENT USING CONVENTIONAL SEPTIC TANK AND DRAINFIELD NOT SUITED shallow to rock very steep slopes rock outcrop GOOD GOOD MARGINAL Steep slopes GOOD AGRICULTURE FORESTRY (HARDWOOD) LAND USE CAPABILITY CLASS NOT SUITED VERY LOW VIIs PRIME CROPLAND SECONDARY CROPLAND PRIME PASTURE PRIME CROPLAND MODERATE MODERATE IIIe MODERATE MODERATELY HIGH IVe IIe

BLACK BEAR SAFETY TECHNIQUES - Fauquier County
The American Battlefield Protection Program - Fauquier County
fauquier high school renovation and addition - Fauquier County
fauquier county purchase of development rights program progress ...
PDR Program Qualifications - Fauquier County
Your Anthem HealthKeepers Plan - Fauquier County
Your Prescription Drug 10-20-35 or 20% with ... - Fauquier County
Good Times - Holiday Issue FINAL for Print - Oct ... - Fauquier County
Soils of the - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Wet Soil Monitoring Data and Field Interpretation of Redoximorphic ...
Soil Report - Agriculture et Agroalimentaire Canada
The Soils of Middlesex County - Agriculture et Agroalimentaire ...
The Soils of Middlesex County - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Interpretive Guide to Bastrop and Buescher State Parks
Interpretive Guide to the Type 1 Soils of Fauquier County, VA
Interpretive Guide to the Type 1 Soils of Fauquier County, VA
Description & Interpretive Guide to Soils in Fairfax County
Rappahannock Conservation Resource Guide - Fauquier County
FAUQUIER FAUQUIER COUNTY - VAReview.com
Rappahannock Landing Archaeological Survey ... - Fauquier County
Chapter 4: The Soils of Dutchess County, NY
Rappahannock Landing Archaeological Survey ... - Fauquier County
Chapter 17 – Ordinance Regarding On-Site ... - Fauquier County
INFORMATION FOR FIDUCIARIES - Fauquier County