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"Soil" is a loose amalgam of various earthen materials and organic detritus, thus conditions that create soil in various regions; soil "Thickness" depends on where soil ends and regolith (solid rock) begin


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The United States Geological survey might have some data on soil As should the US Dept of Agriculture. More to it, Universities with Agriculture departments


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Many tree species do grow faster in climates that are warmer than their native range, especially where the added heat is combined with moist conditions, and faster growth is generally associated with lower density wood. This is why a lot of New Zealand's plantation pine is only good for paper pulp, the warmer wetter climate means that the trees grow fast and ...


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Nothing to do with climate change . Faster growth produces somewhat lower density and strength. There are strength tables for wood written more than 50 years ago that have separate listings for "new " growth and "old" growth. "New " growth being trees growing faster in clear cut areas with less competition for water, light and ...


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