|Major soil group:||08 ground-water gley soils||Seasonally waterlogged soils affected by a shallow fluctuating groundwater-table. They are developed mainly within or over permeable material and have prominently mottled or greyish coloured horizons within 40 cm depth Most occupy low-lying or depressional sites.|
|Soil Group:||3 cambic gley soils||Non-alluvial, loamy or clayey with a distinct topsoil and no clay-enriched subsoil.|
|Soil Subgroup:||1 typical cambic gley soils||(loamy with non-calcareous subsoil)|
|Soil Series:||medium silty material over lithoskeletal siltstone|
National Soil Inventory Sites: 0
Representative Profiles: 0
Auger Bores: 4
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