Soil Inventory

A soil core from Kobuk Valley National Park.
A profile from Kobuk Valley National Park shows the different layers of soils.

A soil inventory is a snapshot in time of the condition and status of soil resources within parks. The objective of each soil inventory is to gain a better understanding of how soils contribute to the richness and character of parks in Alaska by identifying soil types and describing their distribution.

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Coastal soils in Lake Clark

Soil Landscape Mapping

Ecological Land Classification, Soil Landscape Mapping, and Near Infrared Spec

An aerial view of thermokarst landscape.

Soil Inventory

Ecological Goldmine: The Denali Landcover Map and Denali Soil Inventory with Ecological Site Classification

Soils in Glacier Bay.

Soil Resource Inventory

Conducting a Soil Resource Inventory for Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

Surveying soils on steep rocky cliffs.

Soil Survey

Soil Survey and Ecological Classification in Denali National Park and Preserve

Soil Inventory Products

Reports, maps, posters, and more!

Source: Data Store Collection 2568. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Last updated: December 19, 2017