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release date: Nov 25, 2015
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Scheffer/Schachtschabel Soil Science
The soils are fundamental to our existence, delivering water and  nutrients to plants, that feed us. But they are in many ways in danger and their conservation is therefore a most important focus for science, governments and society as a whole.

A team of world recognised researchers have prepared this first English edition based on the 16th European edition.

• The precursors and the processes of soil development
• The physical, biological and chemical properties of soils
• Nutrients and  Pollutants
• The various soil classifications with the main focus on the World Reference Base for Soil Resources (WRB)
• The most important soils and soil landscapes  of the world
• Soil Evaluation Techniques
• Basic Principles of Soil Conservation


Whoever works with soils needs this book.

release date: Jul 16, 2020
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Scheffer/SchachtschabelSoil Science by Hans-Peter Blume (2015-12-12)
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release date: May 10, 2018
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The Soils of Germany (World Soils Book Series)
The main objective of this book on the soils of Germany is a geographic and thus regional differentiation of typical settings of soil formation and the related soils. Accordingly, soil-landscapes form the main structural element of the book. Basically, the spatial distribution of soils in Germany is a function of topography and parent material. Recent climate does not have such a differentiating influence, because the country is too small for large differences in temperature and precipitation on a country-wide scale. Both, topography and parent material have been considerably shaped last during the Pleistocene. Thus, pedogenesis and the resulting distribution of the soils of Germany are based on geomorphological grounds.


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