d_hori_master

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CODE DESCRIPTION ICP_FORESTS FSCC FROM_YEAR TO_YEAR
A A horizon 1 1 1984  
AB Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
A/B Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 1 1984  
AC Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
A/C Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 1 1984  
AE Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
A/E Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 1 1984  
AI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
A/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
AR Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
A/R Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
B B horizon 1 1 1984  
BA Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter) 0 1 1984 1985
BC Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
B/C Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 1 1984  
BE Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 0 1 1984 1985
B/E Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 1 1984  
BI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
B/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
BR Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
B/R Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
C C horizon 1 1 1984  
CA Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
CB Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
CI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
C/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
CR Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
C/R Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
CS Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 0 1 1984 1985
D ? 0 1 1984 1985
E E horizon 1 1 1984  
E/A Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons 0 1 1984 1985
EB Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
E/B Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
EC Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
E/C Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
EI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
E/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
ER Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
E/R Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H H horizon 1 1 1984  
HA Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/A Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
HB Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/B Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
HC Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/C Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
HE Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/E Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
HI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
HO Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/O Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
HOF Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/OF Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
HOH Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/OH Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
HOL Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/OL Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
HR Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
H/R Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
I I(ce) layer 1 1 1984  
O O horizon 1 1 1984  
OA Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 1 1984  
O/A Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OB Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
O/B Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OC Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
O/C Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OE Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
O/E Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OF OF horizon 1 1 1984  
OFA Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OF/A Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OFB Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OF/B Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OFC Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OF/C Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OFE Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OF/E Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OFH Combination of OF on top of OH though OH is smaller than 1 cm and so difficult to sample and describe separately 0 1 1984 1985
OFI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OF/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OFOH Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OF/OH Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 1 1984  
OFR Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OF/R Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OH OH horizon 1 1 1984  
OHA Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OH/A Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OHB Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OH/B Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OHC Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OH/C Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OHE Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OH/E Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OHI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OH/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OHR Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OH/R Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
O/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OL OL horizon 1 1 1984  
OLA Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OL/A Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OLB Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OL/B Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OLC Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OL/C Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OLE Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OL/E Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OLI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OL/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OLOF Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OL/OF Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OLOH Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OL/OH Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OLR Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
OL/R Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OOF Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
O/OF Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OOH Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
O/OH Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OOL Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
O/OL Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
OR Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
O/R Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
P Mineralischer Unterbodenhorizont, > 45 Masse-% Ton, entstanden aus Ton- oder Tonmergelgestein (P von Pelosol) 0 1 1984 1985
PS Transitional horizon 0 1 1984 1985
R R(ock) layer 1 1 1984  
RC Transitional horizon 0 1 1984 1985
RI Transitional horizon dominated by properties of one master horizon (symbolised by the first letter) but having subordinate properties of another master horizon (symbolized by the second letter). 1 0 1984  
R/I Transitional horizon in which distinct parts have recognizable properties of two kinds of master horizons. 1 0 1984  
S Mineralbodenhorizont mit Stauwassereinfluss (typisch für Pseudogley) 0 1 1984 1985

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