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Plate 2. Landform Features and Physiographic Provinces of Arizona

Plate 2After M.E. Hecht and R.W. Reeves, 1981, and J.K. Rigby, 1977

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Plate 3. Geology of Arizona

Plate 3See figure 16 for cross sections. S. Reynolds, 1983

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Plate 4. Generalized Zones of Elevation in Arizona

Plate 4After S. Bahre, 1966

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Plate 5. Average Annual Precipitation in Arizona

Plate 5After W.D. Sellers and R.H. Hill, 1974

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Plate 6. Winter Precipitation as the Percentage of Annual Precipitation in Arizona

Plate 6After ARIS, 1975

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Plate 7. Mean January Air Temperature in Arizona

Plate 7After M.E. Hecht and R.W. Reeves, 1981

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Plate 8. Mean July Air Temperature in Arizona

Plate 8After M.E. Hecht and R.W. Reeves, 1981

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Plate 9. Potential Annual Evapotranspiration in Arizona

Plate 9After S.W. Buol, 1964

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Plate 10. Actual Annual Evapotranspiration in Arizona

Plate 10After S.W. Buol, 1964

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Plate 11. Vegetation Distribution in Arizona

Plate 11After D.E. Brown, 1973

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Plate 12. The Four Desert Scrub Vegetative Communities in Arizona

Plate 12After D.E. Brown, 1973

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Plate 13. Average Annual Runoff in Arizona

Plate 13after J.H. Dorroh in Spencer, 1966

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Plate 14. Four Major Soil Temperature Regimes in Arizona

Plate 14D.M. Hendricks, 1982

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Plate 15. Horizons That Could Occur in a Soil Profile

Plate 15D.M. Hendricks, 1982

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						The soil is classified as a fine,
						montmorillonitic Mollic Entroboralf. It is approximately 11 km (7 mi)
						north-northwest of  at an elevation of
						approximately 2130 m (7000 ft) on the . It
						is in Soil Mapping Unit FH4, but a series name has not yet been designated for
						this soil.

Plate 16. Actual Soil Profile and Associated Vegetation

Plate 16The soil is classified as a fine, montmorillonitic Mollic Entroboralf. It is approximately 11 km (7 mi) north-northwest of Jacobs Lake at an elevation of approximately 2130 m (7000 ft) on the Kaibab Plateau. It is in Soil Mapping Unit FH4, but a series name has not yet been designated for this soil. A horizon gravelly loam texture platy structure (moist)--very dark brown Bt horizon clay texture prismatic and blocky structure (moist)--yelowish red C horizon weathered Kaibab Limestone clay loam texture (moist)--yellow Kaibab Limestone (moist)--very pale brown

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Plate 17. Biotic Provinces in Arizona

Plate 17

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