A perspective on cropland availability, Volumes 400-409
Dept. of Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service, 1978 - Business & Economics - 23 pages
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1111 acres Proportion 4.5 million acres 48-State total 78 million acres acreages of prime acres of prime analysis associated development problems CN CN coefficient of variation Conservation Needs Inventory converted to cropland Corn Belt CROPLAND AVAILABILITY cropland base cropland development cropland potential crops declines Delta development necessary Dideriksen Economics environmental export demand Gorn harvested cropland Hidlebaugh high potential land high water table irreversible and competing irreversible land issue of prime Lacking depend land use categories land use change land with cropland medium potential Multifarm pasture and range percentage of classes physical criteria Potential Cropland Study potential for cropland potential for development price-cost relationships prime farmland prime land production Project Proportion of prime quality of land Raup reliability rH rH sample point Schmude SCS field observer Seasonal high water Soil standard error Thomas Frey total land area tural U.S. Dept urban and built-up urban and water urban land VII-VIII water land