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Cycles of Soil Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Sulfur, Micronutrients

By: FJ Stevenson and MA Cole
427 pages, Figs
Cycles of Soil
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  • Cycles of Soil ISBN: 9780471320715 Edition: 2 Hardback Apr 1999 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
Price: £190.95
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About this book

Examines all major aspects of nutrient cycling.


The Carbon Cycle. Soil Carbon Budgets and Role of Organic Matter in Soil Fertility. Soil Organic Matter Quality and Characterization. Environmental Aspects of the Soil Carbon Cycle. The Nitrogen Cycle in Soil: Global and Ecological Aspects. The Internal Cycle of Nitrogen in Soil. Dynamics of Soil N Transformations as Revealed by 15 N Tracer Studies. Impact of Nitrogen on Health and the Environment. The Phosphorus Cycle. The Sulfur Cycle. Micronutrients and Toxic Metals. Index.

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By: FJ Stevenson and MA Cole
427 pages, Figs
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I can recommend this book as a vital addition to all libraries and bookshelves... (Forestry, Vol 73/3, 2000)
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