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My favourite Soil Science book: Modern Physical Geography

Félix A. González-Peñaloza fangel@us.es University of Valencia The Strahlers have been quite active when filling our shelves with books on physical geography. Many of these books are almost constantly consulted by students and professionals in the Geosciences and, in particular, … Continue reading

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My favourite Soil Science book: Edafología Aplicada (Applied Soil Science)

Félix A. González-Peñaloza fangel@us.es University of Valencia Maybe this is not a book widely known in Soil Science outside Spain, nor written by an author with many publications in high impact journals. However, this book has been written by and … Continue reading

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My favourite Soil Science books: “Soils: Genesis and Geomorphology” and “Soil Genesis and Classification”

Eric C. Brevik eric.brevik@dickinsonstate.edu Dickinson State University I have a tie for my favorite books in soil science. They are Soils: Genesis and Geomorphology by R. Schaetzl and S. Anderson and Soil Genesis and Classification, 6th Edition by S.W. Buol, … Continue reading

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Book review: Post-Fire Management and Restoration of Southern European Forests

Francisco Moreira Instituto Superior de Agronomia. Tapada da Ajuda, Lisbon, Portugal Post-Fire Management and Restoration of Southern European Forests. F. Moreira, M. Arianoutsou, P. Corona, J. De las Heras (Eds.). Springer, Managing Forest Ecosystems 24. 329 pp. ISBN 978-94-007-2207-1. DOI: … Continue reading

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New book: Soils and Human Health

Eric Brevik Lynn C. Burgess Dickinson State University in North Dakota, USA Published: December 10, 2012 by CRC Press, 408 pages Editors: Eric C. Brevik, Dickinson State University, North Dakota, USA; Lynn C. Burgess, Dickinson State University, North Dakota, USA … Continue reading

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