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Forest Soils Research Theory, Reality and its Role in Technology Transfer

Edited By: M Gale
Publisher: Academic Press
Forest Soils Research
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*Selected and edited papers from the 10th North American Forest Soils Conference held in Saulte Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, July 20-24, 2003

This collection represents a unique set of essays on the role of theory in shaping the practice of medicine across disciplinary boundaries. In the context of this volume, "theory" relates to the conceptual models, frameworks, knowledge representations, metaphors and analogies that inform the problem-solving efforts of practitioners seeking to develop novel dialogues both within and across disciplinary boundaries.

Contributors to this volume include computational scientists, chemists, medical researchers, biologists and philosophers, all drawing on personal experience in their respective fields to produce a genuinely interdisciplinary range of perspectives on the common theme of theory in medical thinking and multidisciplinary research practice.

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Section 1: Forest Soils Research Needs for Developing Sustainable Criteria Section 2: Use of Forest Soils Research for Landscape Level Management Section 3: Fire Effects on Soils and Ecosystems Section 4: Forest Soils and Carbon Sequestration

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