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Published by Soil Survey of England and Wales (Rothamsted Experimental Station) in Harpenden .
Written in English

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StatementH. George.
SeriesSoil Survey record -- no.100
ContributionsGeorge, H. 1937-, Soil Survey of England and Wales.
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Open LibraryOL14224462M

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