- SECTOR 28
- ELEVATION: 940 ft.-980 ft.
- APPROXIMATE GEOGRAPHIC CENTER:
Latitude: 42° 18' 36"
Longitude: -76° 30' 54"
- SOIL TYPES:
Freshwater marsh. Permanently saturated to the surface, man-made
Halsey mucky silt loam. Deep, very poorly drained, water stands
at or within a few inches of the surface throughout the spring
and rises to the surface frequently. Holds water and nutrients
Howard gravelly loam, 5-15% complex slopes. Deep, well-drained
to excessively drained, rapid runoff, moderate moisture storage
capacity, 5-15% of the acreage is slightly or moderately eroded.
Hudson silty clay loam, 12-20% slopes, eroded. Moderately steep,
plow layer, forested areas and a few pastured areas are uneroded,
subject to continuing serious erosion. Droughty (loses much water
to very rapid runoff).
Howard and Palmyra soils, 25-35% slopes. Well drained, good to
fair moisture-holding capacity, rapid runoff, erosion a constant
Hudson and Dunkirk soils, 20-45% slopes. well-drained, most cleared
areas are moderately or severely eroded, plow layer.
Wayland and Sloan silt loams. deep, fertile, poorly drained to
very poorly drained, frequently flooded, wet-tolerant plants
- VEGETATIVE COVER:
- Mixed hardwoods with Lonicera sp..
understory. Acer saccharum, Betula alleghaniensis, Tilia americana,
Prunus serotina, Carpinus caroliniana, Ostrya virginiana, Fraxinus
americana, Acer rubrum, Alnus spp..
- Hardwood woodland plants, herbaceous
upland plants, coniferous woodland plants, grasses, legumes.
- Wet meadow. Eupatorium sp..
- Old agricultural land.
28 - SPECIES LIST
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