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Soil Hydrology in a Changing Climate

By: Humberto Blanco(Editor), Sandeep Kumar(Editor), Stephen H Anderson(Editor)
272 pages, plates with 15 colour illustrations; 80 b/w illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
Soil Hydrology in a Changing Climate
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  • Soil Hydrology in a Changing Climate ISBN: 9781032372068 Hardback Jan 2023 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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About this book

A changing climate is causing challenges for soil and water management in many parts of the world. Current soil management practices need to be redesigned to effectively address present and future fluctuating climates. This book explores how soil management practices impact soil hydrological characteristics, and how we can improve our understanding of soil and water management under changing conditions. This is a valuable resource for land managers, soil conservationists, researchers and others who wish to understand how different management practices affect soil and water dynamics and how these practices can be adjusted to enhance agricultural sustainability and environmental quality.


List of contributors

1. Land use changes and fluctuating climate
2. Climate fluctuations and soil hydrology
3. Soil health and soil water
4. Conservation tillage and soil water
5. Crop diversification and soil water
6. Crop residue management and soil water
7. Conservation buffers and soil water
8. Forest land use and soil hydrology
9. Urban soils and soil water
10. Maintaining wetland ecosystem services in a changing climate
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11. Soil water management and climate fluctuations: modelling approach


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Humberto Blanco is a Professor of Soil Management and Applied Soil Physics in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA. His research work focuses on soil physical processes and properties as well as soil C dynamics under different management practices including crop residue management, cover crops, conservation tillage, cropping systems, organic farming, conservation buffers, dedicated biofuel crops and biochar.

Sandeep Kumar is an Associate Professor of Soil Biophysics and Hydrology in the Department of Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science at South Dakota State University, USA. He has been working on assessing conservation practices on soils and environmental quality, including soil health indicators, water quality and quantity, GHG emissions and crop productivity. In 2016 he received the Young Scholar Award from the Soil Science Society of America.

Stephen H. Anderson is the William A. Albrecht Distinguished Professor of Soil and Environmental Sciences in the School of Natural Resources at the University of Missouri, USA. His current areas of research include evaluating soil management effects on soil hydraulic properties, developing X-ray computed tomography and microtomography techniques to assess pore-scale soil properties and processes, and utilising hydrologic models to evaluate effectiveness of conservation practices at the watershed scale.

By: Humberto Blanco(Editor), Sandeep Kumar(Editor), Stephen H Anderson(Editor)
272 pages, plates with 15 colour illustrations; 80 b/w illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
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