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Series: Natural History Museum Earth Science Publications

By: William Dubbin

110 pages, Col photos, b/w plates, illus, figs, tabs, maps

London Natural History Museum

Paperback | Dec 2001 | #105735 | ISBN: 0565091484
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Comprehensive introduction to soils describing the formation, properties, taxonomy and management of the world's soils resource. Also includes sections devoted to soil water, nutrients, organic matter, and fertilisers.


Preface; Soils - the nuts and bolts; Soil taxonomy and geography; Soil biology; Soil fertility; Soil use and misuse; What lies ahead?; Glossary; Index; Further information.

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William Dubbin studied soil science in Canada and the US before joining The Natural History Museum in 1997 as a soil mineralogist. He has field experience in North and Central America and has published widely on the mineralogy and chemistry of soils. A member of several soil science societies, he maintains an interest in the global issues of sustainable development and soil conservation.

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