Excerpt from Soils of the Eastern United States and Their Use XXII: The Norfolk Sandy Loam
The Norfolk sandy loam is an extensive soil type developed within the lower lying portions of the Atlantic and eastern Gulf Coastal Plains.
It lies at varying altitudes from se... a level up to 150 or 200 feet above tide, but the greater part of the type is probably found between altitudes of 50 and 150 feet.
The surface Of the Norfolk sandy loam is nearly level, undulating or gently rolling, and there are no steep slopes or marked differences of elevation within the different areas of the type.
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