STATSGO

AcronymDefinition
STATSGOState Soil Geographic Database
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Soil Conservation Service, 1994, State Soil Geographic (STATSGO) data base for Texas: U.S.
Drainage, extracted from STATSGO or SSURGO soil data, was a categorical rating with eight categories from excessively drained to very poorly drained and water.
general soil map (STATSGO), Washington, D.C., http://www.ncgc.nrcs.usda.gov/products/datasets/statsgo/.
The Georgia STATSGO database is a broad assessment of state soil and nonsoil areas that occur in repeatable patterns across the state (USDA 1991).
State soil geographic (STATSGO) data base-data use information.
Soil data, including order, texture, drainage, and quaternary geology, were obtained from STATSGO (U.S.
COMPARISON OF SCALES: EVALUATION OF STATSGO AND SSURGO SOIL SURVEY DATA WITHIN THE DRASTIC MODEL.
- The State Soil Geographic Data Base (STATSGO) was developed by the USDA Soil Conservation Service (now Natural Resource Conservation Service) to help achieve their mandate to collect, store, maintain, and distribute soil survey information for [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] U.S.
Soils data were collected from the Natural Resource Conservation Service State Soil Geographic database (STATSGO).
STATSGO soil data was collected from Georgia GIS Data Clearinghouse.
To analyze the Umpqua Valley AVA's soils, data were obtained from the State Soil Geographic (STATSGO) Data Base for Douglas County Area, Oregon (NRCS, 1997).
Range site descriptions were spatially located using NRCS State Soil Geographic (STATSGO) databases, organized in a geographic information system (GIS) (Environmental Systems Research Institute 1992).