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Soil Chemistry and Its Applications

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Soil Chemistry and its applications begins by defining the relationship between soil chemistry and other fields as diverse as plant science and pollution science.  A detailed description of the components of soil follows, including inorganic, mineral and organic matter.  The book addresses cogent issues such as soil fertility and soil pollution.  In a concluding chapter, a review of future analytic advances in the study of soil chemistry is given, emphasising the importance of the soil chemist in equitable and sustainable land use and agricultural policy.  This book is an ideal starting point for the student undertaking undergraduate study in the environmental and soil sciences.

Contents:  Why study soil chemistry? Inorganic & mineral components of soils, Soil organic matter, Soil chemical reactions, Soil fertility, Soil chemistry & water quality, Soils & pollution, Future of soil chemistry.

Malcolm Cresser, Ken Killham & Tony Edwards, 1995, 192 p, illustrated, soft.   (List: $59.00)  $30.00

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