Impacts of Urban Suburban Soils on Residential Housing Synopsis

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Soils are the naturally occurring upper surface layer of the earth developed from decomposed rock material, consisting of mineral matter, organic matter, air, and water, and capable of supporting plant life and a wide range of human-made structures.

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Impacts of Urban/Suburban Soils on Residential Housing (Synopsis)Impacts of Urban/Suburban Soils on Residential HousingSynopsisIntroductionSoils are the naturally occurring upper surface layer of the earth developed from decomposed rock material, consisting of mineral matter, organic matter, air, and water, and capable of supporting plant life and a wide range of human-made structures. Natural soils differ from urban/suburban soils simply based on the fact that some level of human disturbance, from minimal to total removal, has occurred in order to develop the urban/suburban soil sit

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