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Area in which the dominant or zonal soils reflect the zonal influence of climate and vegetation, and form a natural land pattern with other soils that exhibit the zonal influence only weakly or not at all. The soil zone is not a taxonomic unit, but may be used as a cartographic unit.    
 
Area in which the dominant or zonal soils reflect the zonal influence of climate and vegetation, and form a natural land pattern with other soils that exhibit the zonal influence only weakly or not at all. The soil zone is not a taxonomic unit, but may be used as a cartographic unit.    
 
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Area in which the dominant or zonal soils reflect the zonal influence of climate and vegetation, and form a natural land pattern with other soils that exhibit the zonal influence only weakly or not at all. The soil zone is not a taxonomic unit, but may be used as a cartographic unit.  

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