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  1. Soil and Water Conservation Engineering by Delmar D. Fangmeier, William J. Elliot, et all 2005-09-26
  2. Building Soils for Better Crops by Fred Magdoff, Harold Van Es, 2000-04-01
  3. Soil Physics by William A. Jury, Robert Horton, 2004-03-25
  4. Soils for Fine Wines by Robert E. White, 2003-07-31
  5. Soil by Suresh Chandra Tiwari, 2004-07-01
  6. Trends in Agriculture And Soil Pollution Research
  7. Managing Soils in an Urban Environment (Agronomy) (Agronomy) by R. B. Brown, 2000-01-01
  8. Soil Microbiology, Ecology and Biochemistry, Third Edition
  9. Soil Fertility Management for Sustainable Agriculture by James F. Power, Rajendra Prasad, 1997-06-30
  10. This Bittersweet Soil: The Chinese in California Agriculture, 1860-1910 by Sucheng Chan, 1989-09-12
  11. Mycotoxins in Agriculture and Food Safety (Books in Soils, Plants, & the Environment) (Books in Soils, Plants, and the Environment) by Sinha/Bhatnagar, 1998-07-01
  12. Soil Biological Fertility: A Key to Sustainable Land Use in Agriculture
  13. Sociology, Organic Farming, Climate Change and Soil Science (Sustainable Agriculture Reviews)
  14. Pesticides in Agriculture and the Environment (Books in Soils, Plants, and the Environment)

21. Organizations : Soils : Agriculture : Science And Technology
Web Directory Science and Technology agriculture soils Organizations Foundation for Documentation, Training and Research on soils of the
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Association of Women Soil Scientists Supporting and encouraging women in soil science. Membership, meetings, newsletter, committees, links and shop. More Details Review It Rate It Bookmark It ... Contains society and branch information, newsletter, news and events information, links to other soil sites of interest. More Details Review It Rate It Bookmark It ... Aims to raise awareness of the importance of soil science, through the promotion of soil science related information. Information about the society, regional branches, conferences, publications and newsletters. Extensive list of links to other soil-related teaching material, universities, institutes, other international plant and soil societies, publishers and chemical manufacturers. More Details Review It Rate It Bookmark It ...

22. ESA European Society For Agronomy
For agronomists, researchers and teachers who are concerned with basic and applied science in agronomy the relationships between crops, soils, climates and agricultural practices, and between agriculture and the environment.

23. Soils - Agriculture - Science -
soils agriculture - Science - Home Gardening Soil and Additives (117);Science agriculture Products and Services (87); Science Earth Sciences
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  • The Alberta Soil Science Workshop - Information and details about the venue, the papers and organisation of this meeting to be held from February 19 - 20, 2003 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Also includes abstracts and papers from previous meetings, starting in 1998.
  • Bob Lippert's Frequently Asked Questions - A categorised list of FAQ's about soil and plant testing. From Clemson University, South Carolina.
  • A Compendium of On-Line Soil Survey Information - Extensive collection of on-line information on soil survey activities, institutions, datasets, research, and teaching materials world-wide.
  • Crop Nutrient Tool - This page describes a number of plant-related software tools.
  • Eurosoil 2004 - Conference (September 4 - 12, 2004) for soil scientists and practitioners from all to discuss the part played by soils in terrestrial ecosystems. Information about conference aims, details of program, excursions and symposia. Details on fees, accommodation and organization.
  • Expert-N - A development system for nitrogen turnover models to simulate the N cycle in arable agriculture. The system consists of modular model components for soil water flow, for soil heat and N transport and for crop growth. Available for download.

24. CanSIS Home Page
soils maps and descriptions, plus extensive information on related topics in agriculture and ecology.
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Since 1972 , the Canadian Soil Information System (CanSIS) has supported the research activities of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada by building the and acting as a source of GIS products and expertise through its CanSIS provides access to state of the art GIS facilities, as well as database management and custom mapping services for the Canadian Land Resource Network . CanSIS is part of ECORC , and is located on the Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa. Tours of the facility are available on request, and arrangements can be made to accomodate visiting researchers.
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Karshika Keralam information on the state government's activities, including technical information on soils and crops.

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soils, agriculture, and Society in Precontact Hawai`i. PM Vitousek,1* TN Ladefoged,2PV Kirch,3 AS Hartshorn,4 MW Graves,5 SC Hotchkiss,6 S. Tuljapurkar,1
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27. Earthworm Ecology And Sustaining Agriculture
A paper from the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, University of California, exploring the effects of earthworms in farmed soils.
Home Site Map Calendar Search ... Webmaster Earthworm ecology and sustaining agriculture Matthew R. Werner
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Reprinted from Components, vol. 1, no.4 (Fall 1990)
Earthworms can play a variety of important roles in agroecosystems. Their feeding and burrowing activities incorporate organic residues and amendments into the soil, enhancing decomposition, humus formation, nutrient cycling, and soil structural development (Mackay and Kladivko, 1985; Kladivko et al., 1986). Earthworm burrows persist as macropores which provide low resistance channels for root growth, water infiltration, and gas exchange (Kladivko and Timmenga, 1990; Zachmann and Linden, 1989). Quality, quantity and placement of organic matter is a main determinant of earthworm abundance and activity in agricultural soils (Edwards, 1983; Lofs-Holmin, 1983), as are disturbances of the soil by tillage, cultivation, and the use of pesticides (Doran and Werner, 1990). This article will review recent information on earthworms as it relates to the sustainability of agriculture. For further information, see Lee (1985) or Satchell (1983).

28. Soils & Compost: ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service
The publications and other resources listed here offer information on how toassess, improve and maintain soil health for both croplands and pastures.
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Healthy soil can improve crop and livestock production. The publications and other resources listed here offer information on how to assess, improve and maintain soil health for both croplands and pastures. Several publications address fertilization and composting specifically for organic production. Soil management can also play an important role in protecting water quality, and additional resources are listed on that topic.
ATTRA Publications
NOTE: Some of the following documents are available as Adobe Acrobat PDFs. Download Acrobat Reader Sustainable Soil Management Summary HTML PDF / 1.56 mb

29. Rodale Institute
Rodale runs the Regenerative agriculture Resource Center working with farmers to improve the quality of agricultural soils in Senegal. Report and contact details.
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30. SCIENCES Of SOILS - Soil Sciences On The WEB
Very large internet database on agriculture and; Soil Science EnvironmentalOrganization agriculture. Texas Plant Desease Handbook. Forest soils
The Soils Online page was created to guide soil scientists through the daily expanding information in the Internet.
This page will always be under construction! New links are being added as we become aware of them. If you would like us to include a link to a certain Home Page, please give us information CONTENTS
Soil Science Worldwide
  • NSCSS unofficial Soil Science Home Page. A selection of American sites, and a guide to soil science related mailing lists
  • The University of Western Australia , with a selction of Australian and New Zealand sites
  • Soil Science Links Site at Adelaide, Australia. Very well structured and sorted.
  • Institute of Soil Science University of Goettingen - The server provides information about soils of Europe (still growing selection of images) and contents of some journals. A lot of information about the institute and some links in Germany, Europe and the World.
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa - Agronomy and Soil Science
  • - Horst Vogel's (fine) private selection of many soil science related links. Includes links to mailing lists, GIS and environmental topics.

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More than 1000 pictures on tropical forests, biodiversity, agriculture, soils, and cities.

32. Saving Dirt: Pristine Soils Losing Out To Agriculture And Development
A new study by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, may leadsome people to rethink the phrase, common as dirt. A paper published in the
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Saving Dirt: Pristine Soils Losing Out To Agriculture And Development
Berkeley - A new study by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, may lead some people to rethink the phrase, "common as dirt." A paper published in the journal Ecosystems finds that certain soils - like certain plants and animals - are becoming increasingly rare, with some at risk of becoming extinct. Related News Stories As The Earthworm Turns: Aging DDT In Soil Could Be Less Hazardous Than Previously Feared, Cornell Tests Show (November 17, 1999) The tests currently used to detect old DDT and other organic pollutants in the soil may overestimate the risk to living organisms, according to Cornell University researchers who say the real issue ... full story Composted Biosolids Bind Lead In Soil, Reducing Danger Of Poisoning (March 3, 2003) Adding composted biosolids rich with iron, manganese and organic matter to a lead-contaminated home garden in Baltimore appears to have bound the lead so it is less likely to be absorbed by the ...

33. Soil Songs | NRCS Soils
Songs by the department of agriculture about mud.

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Francis Hole authored many of the following songs. Dr. Hole was a Wisconsin professor of soil science. His love of soil and enthusiasm for nature is evident in his songs. Thanks go to the GLOBE project of NASA for assembling these songs by Francis Hole. Most other songs were assembled from schools involved in the GLOBE project. Where credit is known, it is recorded.
Mud, Mud, Mud
Mud, mud, mud. What a glorious thing is mud! Mud, mud, mud. What a wonderful thing is mud! It sticks and stacks, it squeezes through cracks, Between your toes goes mud. It plops and drops, and oozes and goozes, Thick or thin it's Mud! Mud, mud, mud. What a glorious thing is mud! Mud, mud, mud. What a wonderful thing is mud! It's mud pie, in your eye, The cake it makes are grand. It covers your feet, it covers your face, Stir it with both hands. Mud, mud, mud. What a glorious thing is mud!

34. Department Of Soil, Water And Environmental Science Homepage, University Of Ariz
The Soil, Water and Environmental Science Department (SWES) is part of the College of agriculture at the University of Arizona. Research and classes focus on land, water, environmental quality, and plant nutrition. M.S. and Ph.D. Degrees are offered in Soil, Water and Environmental Science. B.S. Degrees are offered in Soil and Water Science or in Environmental Science.
Welcome to the department of Soil, Water and Enviromental Science. We are part of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Our students, faculty and staff are involved in teaching, research and extension in our community, as well as worldwide.
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35. Technical References | NRCS Soils
This site from the Manitoba agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives offers advice and information about the management and fertility of soil. Includes erosion, salinity and soil surveys.

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Technical References
Technical References
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Field Guide
  • Field Book for Describing and Sampling Soils - standards for observing and recording soil and site characteristics.
Laboratory Methods and Information
  • Lab Methods Manual - soil laboratory methodology and reference for the laboratory analyst.

36. International Centre For Integrate Mountain Development - Soil Fertility
A detailed description from the International Centre for Integrate Mountain Development. Its main focus is on mountain soils and sloped agriculture in th HinduKish region.
Soil Conservation and Fertility Management
Soil Conservation and Fertility Management
Some Basic Facts about Soil
Soil Fertility Issues in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas

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Sloping Agricultural Land Technology (SALT)
The Ten Steps of SALT in Pictures
Options for Improving Productivity of Marginal farms (regional programme, 1998-2001)

Some Agroforestry Techniques

Sedimentation in the Kulekhani Reservoir, Nepal
Ecological Engineering in the Yangtze River Basin

The Problems of Upland Degradation in Asia with Special Emphasis on SALT Technology
Assessment of the Status of Human-induced Soil Degradation in South and Southeast Asia
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The Ontario Ministry of agriculture and Food offers a large collection of newsletters and factsheets with topics ranging from soil sampling to fertilizer requierements and micronutrients.
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38. NRCS Soils
United States Department of agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service soils soils is part of the National Cooperative Soil Survey,

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Welcome to the NRCS Soils web site. "Helping People Understand Soils"
Soils is part of the National Cooperative Soil Survey, an effort of Federal and State agencies, universities, and professional societies to deliver scientifically based soil information.
Web Soil Survey
This Web site allows online viewing of soil survey maps and reports. This new application greatly enhances access to information on soils. ..More Info
SOILS - Tools for Educators
Version 3.0 of SOILS - Tools for educators is now available on CD-ROM. Copies of the CDs are available from Landcare

toward sustainable agriculture in Canada / D.F. Acton and L. J. Gregorich, editors. Publication by CanSiS dealing with soil degradation in Canada.
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Toward sustainable agriculture in Canada
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40. State Soils | NRCS Soils
United States Department of agriculture These Official State soils sharethe same level of distinction as official state flowers and birds.

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State Soils
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What is a State Soil?
A state soil is represented by a soil series that has special significance to a particular state. Each state in the United States has selected a state soil, twenty of which have been legislatively established. These "Official State Soils" share the same level of distinction as official state flowers and birds. Also, representative soils have been selected for Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Areas with similar soils are grouped and labeled as soil series because their similar origins, chemical, and physical properties cause the soils to "behave" similarly for land use purposes. A soil series name generally is derived from a town or landmark in or near the area where the soil series was first recognized. A soil series is a naturally occurring entity on the landscape. Therefore, a given series does not necessarily occur within the confines of only one state. Several state soils range beyond the respective states in which they are honored.

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