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Wikipedia says :-
  • The most common engineering classification system for soils in North America is the Unified Soil Classification System (USCS).
    The USCS has three major classification groups:
    (1) coarse-grained soils (e.g. sands and gravels);
    (2) fine-grained soils (e.g. silts and clays); and
    (3) highly organic soils (referred to as "peat"). The USCS further subdivides the three major soil classes for clarification.

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