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Soils of the Bull Run Mountain Natural Area

LEGEND

2 B: Airmont-Weaverton complex, 2-7% slope
2 C: Airmont-Weaverton complex, 7-15% slope
2 D: Airmont-Weaverton complex, 15-25% slope
2 E: Airmont-Weaverton complex, 25-50% slope
4 B: Arcola silt loam, 2-7% slope
5 C: Arcola-Nestoria complex, 7-15% slope
5 D: Arcola-Nestoria complex, 15-25% slope
6 A: Baile loam, 0-4% slope
8 C: Bradock loam, 7-15% slope
10 B: Buckhall loam, 2-7% slope
11 B: Calverton silt loam, 0-7% slope
13 B: Catlett-Sycoline complex, 2-7% slope
13 C: Catlett-Sycoline complex, 7-15% slope
23 C: Gaila sandy loam, 7-15% slope
26 A: Haltboro silt loam, 0-2% slope
27 A: Hatboro-Codorus complex, 0-2% slope
29 B: Hoadly loam, 2-7% slope
32 A: Kelly silt loam, 0-2% slope
33 C: Legore-Oakhill complex, 7-15% slope
38 B: Meadowville loam, 0-5% slope
51 D: Stumptown very flaggy loam, 7-25% slope
51 E: Stumptown very flaggy loam, 25-50% slope
52 C: Sudley-Oatlands complex, 7-15% slope
53 E: Hazel silt loam, severly eroded, 25-45% slope
56 A: Arcola silt loam, 2-7% slope
59 C: Rubbly Mountain culluvial, 7-25% slope

Source:
Commonwealth of Virginia
Department of Forestry
Old Route 29S & Fountaine Avenue
P.O. Box Q
Charlottesville, VA 22903
December 1994, Keith Hawkins, area Forester

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