Difference between revisions of "Barren land"

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'''Barren land''' is - according to the [[USDA]] terminology -  ''"a land cover/use category used to classify [[land]]s with limited capacity to support life and having less than 5 percent vegetative cover. Vegetation, if present, is widely spaced. ''
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''Typically, the surface of barren land is sand, rock, exposed subsoil, or salt-affected soils. Subcategories include salt flats; sand dunes; mud flats; beaches; bare exposed rock; quarries, strip mines, gravel pits, and borrow pits; riverwash; oil wasteland; mixed barren lands; and other barren land."<ref>[http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/technical/NRI/1997/summary_report/glossary.html List of USDA terminology]List of USDA terminology</ref>''
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==References==
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[[Category:Agriculture]]
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{{USDA_Terms}}
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Revision as of 15:23, 22 August 2010

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