Reclamative Soil Science

Author: Plyusnin
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Differences In Natural Fertility Of Soils Are Governed By Factors And Conditions Of Soil Formation, As Well As The Composition, Properties And The Structure Of Soil. Also, The Natural Fertility Is Different In Different Soil Zones. The Most Important Problem Facing The Soil Science Today, Is The Raising Of Soil Fertility. Encapsuled In This Book Is The Basic Scientific Information On Soil Formation, Composition (Chemical Composition, Organic Matter, Colloids, Gases) And Properties (Physico-Chemical And Biological) Of Soil And Also The Classification Of Soils. This Is Followed By A Brief Description Of The Soils Of Some Soil Zones And Regions. And Finally, How Under The Influence Of The Appropriate Complex Of Meliorative Measures, Any Soil Can Be Converted Into A Highly Tame, Fertile One?- Is Discussed. Various Steps Involved In Agricultural Melioration, Forest Improvement, Hydromelioration, Reclamation Of Salined Soils And Fight Against Soil Erosion Are Explained In A Simple And Easy To Understand Manner. The Text Of The Book Is Appropriately Illustrated Through Diagrams, Graphs And Tables Of Scientific Data. A Wide Cross-Section Of Students, Scholars And Researchers From The Field Of Soil Sciences Will Find The Book As A Useful Reference Source. Contents Part 1: Soil Formation, Composition And Properties Of Soil, Chapter 1: Weathering; Major (Geological And Minor (Biological) Cycles Of Changes, Chapter 2: Factors And Conditions Of Soil Formation; Soil-Forming Rocks, Climate And Soil Formation, The Importance Of Relief In Soil Formation, The Role Of Biosphere In Soil Formation, The Role Of Time And Space In Soil Formation, Soil Formation, Chapter 3: Composition Of Soil; Mineralogical Composition, Chemical Composition, Mechanical And Microaggregatory Composition, Organic Matter, Chapter 4: Soil Colloids And Absorbing Power Of Soil; Soil Colloids, Absorbing Power Of Soils, Chapter 5: Soil Morphology; Soil Structure Structure Formation And Its Significance, Texture Inclusions And Neogeneses, Structure Of Soil Profile, Chapter 6: Chemical And Physical Properties Of Soil; Chemical Properties, Physical Properties, Chapter 7: Water Properties Of Soil; Forms Of Water In Soil, Soil Moisture, Water Capacity Of Soils, Chapter 8: Movement Of Water In Soil; Movement Of Gaseous Moisture, Movement Of Molecular Water, Capillary Movement Of Water, Gravitational Movement Of Water, Soil-Ground Water, Chapter 9: Water Regime And Water Balance Of Soils; Elements Of Water Balance Of Soils, Types Of Water Regimes Of Soils, Types And Subtypes Of Water Regime, Chapter 10: Thermal And Air Regimes Of Soil; Thermal Properties And Thermal Regime, Soil Air And Air Regime, Chapter 11: Classification Of Soils And Type Of Soil Formation; Classification Of Soils, Types Of Soil Formation, Part 2: Elements Of Soil Geography, Soils Of The Earth And Their Utilisation, Chapter 12: Soils Of The Tundra And Forest Zones; Soils Of The Tundra And Forest-Zone, Soils Of The Forest-Meadow Zone, Chapter 13: Soils Of Forest-Steppes And Chernozemic Steppes; Soils Of Forest-Steppes, Soils Of The Chernozem-Steppe Zone, Classification Of Chernozems, Chapter 14: Soils Of Dry Steppes, Semideserts And Deserts; Soils Of Dry And Desertic Steppes, Soils Of Desertic Steppes And Deserts Sands, Chapter 15: Soils Of Humid Subtropics, Tropics And Mountain Regions; Soils Of Humid Subtropics And Tropics, Soils Of Mountain Regions, Chapter 16: Flood Plain Soils; Flood Plains And Their Elements, Flood Plain Soil Formation, Soils Of Plain Segments, Classification And Description Of Flood Plain Soils, Agricultural Value And Melloration Of Flood Plains, Chapter 17: Bog Soils; Reasons For The Formation Of Bogs And Origin Of Bog Soils, Gieisation, Peat Formation Composition And Properties Of Peat, Classification And Description Of Bog Soils, Agricultural Significance And Utilisation Of Bog Soils, Deswamping Of Soils, Chapter 18: Salined Soils; Origin Of Salts And Salined Soils, Solonchaks And Saline Soils, Solonetzes And Solonetzic Soils, Solods, Distribution Of Saline Soils, Secondary Salinisation Of Soils, Part 3: Improvement Of Soils, Chapter 19: Improvement And Taming Of Soils; Agricultural Amelioration Forest Improvement And Sand Fixation, The Role Of Hydromelioration In The Taming Of Soils, Taming Of Soils Through Sewage Application, Drainage And Its Significance, Land Levelling, Chapter 20: Reclamation Of Salined Soils; Reclamation Of Solonchkous Soils, Leaching Of Salined Soils, Melioration Of Solonetzic Soils, Melioration Of Takyrs, Chapter 21: Soil Erosion And How To Fight It.

Reclamative Soil Science

Author: Ivan Ivanovich Pli︠u︡snin
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Reclamative Soil Science Meliorativnoe Pochvovedenie

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International Land Reclamation And Mine Drainage Conference And Third International Conference On The Abatement Of Acidic Drainage Reclamation And Revegetation

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Reclamation Era

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Saline Seep Diagnosis Control And Reclamation

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Soil Factors Affecting Mycorrhizal Use In Surface Mine Reclamation

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Surface and subsurface stabilization of mining-related wastes through revegetation depends upon the physical, chemical, and biological condition of the waste following mining. Mining disturbances can significantly alter the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of a site, reducing or eliminating mycorrhizal fungi from the soil. Mycorrhizae are economically and ecologically important because they can alleviate environmental stresses caused by lack of proper soil condition and because they are vital to stabilization of mining waste by increasing plant survival and biomass through increased nutrient and water uptake. This report discusses some of the ecological factors that may affect mycorrhizae-plant associations on mining-related wastes and provides general information on mycorrhizae inoculation technology.

Careers With Office Of Surface Mining Reclamation And Enforcement

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Eurasian Soil Science

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Soviet Soil Science

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Egyptian Journal Of Soil Science

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Soil Reclamation Processes Microbiological Analyses And Applications

Author: Robert L. Tate
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824772864
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The first book to emphasize microbiological and biochemical processes in the evaluation of soil reclamation, Soil Reclamation Processes presents the practical techniques necessary to plan more effective, long-range, low-cost reclamation projects. Combining basic scientific principles with concrete examples of existing methodology, this unique monograph examines the mycorrhizal aspects of toxic stressed reclamation environments, discusses the role of algae as indicators of succession and soil development, considers soil enzyme monitoring in relation to oil shale and other reclamation procedures, details microbial radionuclide transformations and problems in low-level waste storage environments, reviews the microbial aspects of phosphate clay dewatering and acid mine waste drainage reclamation, outlines the economic advantages of site modification prior to reclamation, and much more! Soil Reclamation Processes is timely reading for soil scientists, soil microbiologists, environmental scientists and engineers, agronomists, ecologists, geologists, biochemists, and civil engineers; reclamation project managers; and government agency and private institution personnel dealing with soil reclamation, environmental protection safety, water or soil conservation, land management, and mining. Additionally, the book is an ideal reference for advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in reclamation, general soils, environmental science, and environmental microbiology. Book jacket.

Bulletin Of The International Society Of Soil Science

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Organic Soils And Peat Materials For Sustainable Agriculture

Author: Leon Etienne Parent
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 142004009X
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While organic soils have the potential to contribute greatly to agricultural production, the irreversible processes that occur from draining organic soils need to be managed with caution. The wise use of peatlands must include the avoidance of unacceptable ecological effects on the contiguous and global environment. Organic Soils and Peat Materials

Technical Communication Imperial Bureau Of Soil Science

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Journal Of Soil Science Of The United Arab Republic

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Proceedings Soil Science Society Of America

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Bibliography Of Soil Science Fertilizers And General Agronomy

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Assessment Restoration And Reclamation Of Mining Influenced Soils

Author: Jaume Bech
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Crop Production In Salt Affected Soils

Author: I.C. Gupta
Editor: Scientific Publishers
ISBN: 938799158X
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The course work for various degree programs are constantly revised and or new courses added so that the future teachers, researches and planners are able to face the new emerging challenges. The environmental concerns of irrigated agriculture in the form of water logging and soil salinity are expanding and impacting food grains production. These challenges are commonly articulated at various forums. Thus, reclamation, management and crop production practices of waterlogged salt affected soils have been introduced as a subject in agricultural and agricultural engineering colleges. Since there is a general lack of a good textbook on this subject, authors have attempted to fill this gap through the current publication titled `Crop Production in Salt Affected Soils´. It comprehensively deals with the fundamentals of land reclamation principles and crop production practices. It has been divided into 16 Chapters. The book begins with general introduction comprising of categorization of salt affected soils, extent and distribution and nature and physical, chemical and biological properties. Other chapters includes basic information on on-farm land development, hydrology, irrigation practices, drainage methods, leaching, soil salinization, chemical amendments, and new innovative techniques including agronomic and cultural practices related to land reclamation. Crop production practices for select cereal, oil seeds, sugar, fiber and forage, green manure crops, grasses and forest plantations are also included. Chapter sixteen covers the economic evaluation and social issues involved in land reclamation programs. A Glossary of terms has been added for quick overview of the terms used in the book. The textbook designed and developed for the undergraduate/post graduate students of agricultural/agricultural engineering has been profusely illustrated so that students are able to visualize the processes and phenomena being dealt with. Besides serving as a text book, it will prove to be a handy resource book to conduct specialized training programs on land reclamation. We believe that the book will find its due place in the shelves of students and teachers, field functionaries and college libraries of state agricultural universities and civil engineering colleges.