USDA-SCS

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USDA-SCSUnited States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service
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1999, 2000, USDA-SCS 2012) mencionan que algunos de los anteriormente llamados Ultisoles hoy en dia clasifican como Oxisoles, aunque no mencionan su cobertura territorial.
USDA-SCS (2012) mencionan que en 3 Ultisoles del Valle del General encontraron caolinita, gibbsita y goethita, los ultimos 2 en pequenas cantidades y en una cuarta muestra halloysita y gibbsita.
En otro estudio USDA-SCS (2012) se reconocen 3 Ultisoles en Tuis de Turrialba, Paraiso y Rio Frio en los que el mineral arcilloso dominante se identifico como caolinita con cantidades menores de gibbsita y goethita.
It should be noted that the crop growth coefficients used in the USDA-SCS Blaney-Criddle method are not equivalent to the evapotranspiration crop coefficient used in Equation 1 (Burman et al.
Using the USDA-SCS Blaney-Criddle method, Goyal (1989c) estimated monthly consumptive use for papaya at seven agricultural experimental stations located at Adjuntas, Corozal, Fortuna, Gurabo, Isabela, Lajas, and Mayaguez.
Goyal and Gonzalez-Fuentes (1989b) used the USDA-SCS Blaney-Criddle method to estimate monthly consumptive use for sugar cane at four locations in Puerto Rico: Fortuna, Gurabo, Isabela, and Lajas.
Several other studies were conducted using the USDA-SCS Blaney-Criddle method, which involved sorghum at two locations (Goyal and Gonzalez, 1988b), plantain at seven locations (Goyal and Gonzalez, 1988c), and bell and cubanelle peppers at two locations (Goyal and Gonzalez, 1988d).
1990) found the Penman-Monteith method to produce superior results relative to all other methods (including the USDA-SCS Blaney-Criddle and Hargreaves-Samani methods).
2001a) reported large differences between the USDA-SCS Blaney-Criddle method (estimates obtained from Goyal, 1989b) and the Penman-Monteith method in a study that compared seasonal consumptive use for pumpkin and onion at two locations in Puerto Rico.
These data were developed based on the ratio of long-term average pan evaporation and the estimated evapotranspiration using the USDA-SCS Blaney-Criddle method (USDA-SCS, 1970).
The three methods used were the USDA-SCS irrigation guide (USDA-SCS, 1969), the USDA-SCS Blaney-Criddle method (Goyal, 1989b) and the Penman-Monteith method.
Based on percent similarity to plant composition (historic plant climax community) given in correlated ecological site description (See USDA-SCS 1976, NRCS 1997 National Pasture and Rangeland Handbook for details).