Soil Site Reporter

Soil Series

7.11 WICKHAM (Wh) (2227)


Definition
Major soil group: 07 surface-water gley soils Seasonally waterlogged slowly permeable soils, formed above 3 m 0.D. and prominently mottled above 40 cm depth. They have no relatively permeable material starting within and extending below 1 m of the surface.
Soil Group: 1 stagnogley soils With a distinct topsoil. They are found mainly in lowland Britain.
Soil Subgroup: 1 typical stagnogley soils (with ordinary clay enriched subsoil)
Soil Series: medium loamy or medium silty drift over clayey material passing to clay or soft mudstone
Brief Profile Description
In Soil Associations (with WRB classification of this series in each association)
0411b    EVESHAM 2 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0571g    FYFIELD 4 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0571t    Efford 2 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0572h    OXPASTURE Eutric Luvic Planosols
0572j    Bursledon Eutric Luvic Planosols
0572r    Ratsborough Eutric Luvic Planosols
0572t    BISHAMPTON 2 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0573b    Wix Eutric Luvic Planosols
0581c    SONNING 2 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0711e    WICKHAM 1 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0711f    WICKHAM 2 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0711g    WICKHAM 3 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0711h    WICKHAM 4 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0711i    WICKHAM 5 Eutric Luvic Planosols
0712b    DENCHWORTH Eutric Luvic Planosols
0712c    WINDSOR Eutric Luvic Planosols
0714d    ESSENDON Eutric Luvic Planosols
0841d    SHABBINGTON Eutric Luvic Planosols
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Surveyed profiles in LandIS
National Soil Inventory Sites: 118
Representative Profiles: 8
Auger Bores: 1767
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