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Soil Classification: short course (SOIL410 Wi22)

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Two-day course on the Canadian System of Soil Classification provided online by Paragon Soil and Environmental Consulting Inc.

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This advanced soil science course led by Dr. Konstantin Dlusskiy focuses on:

  • Common landforms and parent materials associated with soils in Prairies,
  • Soil drainage classes and soil moisture regimes,
  • Soils of the ten Soil Orders in the Canadian System of Soil Classification,
  • Classification of human-modified soils,
  • Classification of soils to the Subgroup level,
  • Relation of soil forming processes and factors of soil formation to the genesis of corresponding soils.

This course includes a pre-class assignment and a post-class open-book exam. Extra time will be required for you to complete the assignments.

Prior knowledge of soil science at the introductory level is strongly recommended.

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Paragon is a recognized industry leader specializing in soil and vegetation as they relate to development and reclamation. With a large contingent of soil and vegetation specialists on staff, we have the capacity and experience to take on any scale of project. Paragon earns the trust of its clients by focusing on their needs and responding with high-quality, high-value solutions. By being actively involved in many aspects of the environmental consulting industry, we bring new scientific and technical innovations together with the operational requirements of our clients.

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