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Soil Biochemistry, Volume 8
30 September 2011

Soil Biochemistry, Volume 8

Soil Biochemistry, Volume 8

1993 | 432 | ISBN: 0824790448 | CHM | 2 Mb

Stressing the potential application of biochemical processes in soil to environmental biotechnology, this state-of-the-art reference considers the vital role that such biochemical processes have in the environment - emphasizing the activity of micro-organisms in soil.;An up-to-date analysis of biological reactions in soil, Volume 8 of Soil Biochemistry highlights: traditional as well as molecular and immunlogical techniques for detecting specific micro-organisms in soil; the fate of introduced genetically-modified organisms; the problem of competition by the indigenous microbial populations with the introduced organisms; the use of a white rot fungus, Phanerochaete chrysosporium, for bioremediative purposes in soil; the interaction of xenobiotics, such as pesticides, with soil organisms; generic microbial metabolism and degradation pathways; the inhibition of the nitrification process by allelochemicals released by plants; the microbial mineralization of various compounds under anaerobic conditions, explaining its importance in the global carbon cycle; the formation of soil organic matter, particularly in forest soils; and CPMAS 13C-NMR spectroscopy, a major analytical technique to determine the chemicals or chemical groups involved in the humification process.;Presenting a multidisciplinary approach to the field by internationally acclaimed scientists, Soil Biochemistry, Volume 8 is intended for professionals and students in the fields of soil science; microbiology; biochemistry; environmental science, engineering and technology; biogeochemistry; biotechnology; agronomy; plant pathology; and microbial ecology. ...
Dynamics of Wheel-Soil Systems: A Soil Stress and Deformation-Based Approach (Ground Vehicle Engineering)
14 November 2013

Dynamics of Wheel-Soil Systems: A Soil Stress and Deformation-Based Approach (Ground Vehicle Engineering)

Dynamics of Wheel-Soil Systems: A Soil Stress and Deformation-Based Approach (Ground Vehicle Engineering)
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1466515279 | 331 pages | PDF | 8,8 MB

Why is knowledge of soil stress and deformation state important for off-road locomotion? How do you measure soil stress and deformation under wheel loads? What are the actual values of stresses and deformation in soil or snow under a passing wheel?
Dynamics of Wheel-Soil Systems: Soil Stress & Deformation-Based Approach
14 November 2013

Dynamics of Wheel-Soil Systems: Soil Stress & Deformation-Based Approach
Dynamics of Wheel-Soil Systems: A Soil Stress and Deformation-Based Approach (Ground Vehicle Engineering)
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1466515279 | 331 pages | PDF | 8,8 Mb

Why is knowledge of soil stress and deformation state important for off-road locomotion? How do you measure soil stress and deformation under wheel loads? What are the actual values of stresses and deformation in soil or snow under a passing wheel?
Proximal Soil Sensing
5 April 2011

Proximal Soil Sensing
Proximal Soil Sensing
468 pages | Dec 12, 2009 |ISBN: 904818858X | PDF | 7.5 Mb

This book reports on developments in Proximal Soil Sensing (PSS) and high resolution digital soil mapping. PSS has become a multidisciplinary area of study that aims to develop field-based techniques for collecting information on the soil from close by, or within, the soil. Amongst others, PSS involves the use of optical, geophysical, electrochemical, mathematical and statistical methods. This volume, suitable for undergraduate course material and postgraduate research, brings together ideas and examples from those developing and using proximal sensors and high resolution digital soil maps for applications such as precision agriculture, soil contamination, archaeology, peri-urban design and high land-value applications
Encyclopedia of Soil Science
7 October 2010

Encyclopedia of Soil Science


Encyclopedia of Soil Science


Publisher: Springer | ISBN: 1402039948 | edition 2007 | PDF | 860 pages | 56 mb



Soils long have been taken for granted being so commonplace and lacking often striking features. However, soil is one of the most complex media on Earth, vital for the biogeosphere and human civilization. With increased usage of soil for world food production, building materials, waste repositories, etc awareness has grown for the need of better global understanding of soil and its processes.
The Encyclopedia of Soil Science provides a comprehensive, alphabetical treatment of basic soil science in a single volume. It constitutes a wide ranging and authoritative collection of about 160 academic articles covering the salient aspects of soil physics, chemistry, biology, fertility, technology, genesis, morphology, classification and geomorphology.
Photo Mechanic 5.0 build 13158 MacOSX
10 August 2012

Photo Mechanic 5.0 build 13158 MacOSX

Photo Mechanic 5.0 build 13158 MacOSX | 35 MB

Camera Bits Photo Mechanic is a photo "browser" designed with speed and ease of use in mind. You can call it a "photo editor" as well. But unlike other photo editing programs that are designed to work with one photo at a time in order to edit its pixels, Photo Mechanic is designed to work with groups of photos together in order to manage them. Professional photo editors who handle lots of photos daily, often under deadline, understand this distinction. Their job involves selecting photos, not selecting pixels.

Photo Mechanic takes the work out of workflow
Fast Sort Photo Mechanic helps you quickly find your best shots. Custom sorting methods are available for your particular workflow. Multithreaded software works in the background to keep ahead of you, so images appear blazingly fast. You can view your originals full screen, compare similar shots side by side, delete the bad shots, tag photos while watching a slide show, and sort your keepers into multiple folders.
Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction
5 June 2013

Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction
Rolando P. Orense, Nawawi Chouw and Michael J. Pender, "Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0415600405 | 260 pages | PDF | 8,8 MB

Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction contains selected papers presented at the International Workshop on Soil-Foundation-Structure I
Principles of Soil Conservation and Management
12 June 2010

Principles of Soil Conservation and Management
Humberto Blanco, Rattan Lal, "Principles of Soil Conservation and Management"
Springer | 2008-10-01 | ISBN: 140208708X | 620 pages | PDF | 11,8 MB

Principles of Soil Management and Conservationa? comprehensively reviews the state-of-knowledge on soil erosion and management. It discusses in detail soil conservation topics in relation to soil productivity, environment quality, and agronomic production. It addresses the implications of soil erosion with emphasis on global hotspots and synthesizes available from developed and developing countries.
Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research
30 September 2011

Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research

Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research

1999 | 480 | ISBN: 0195120833 | PDF | 26 Mb

Standardized methods and measurements are crucial for ecological research, particularly in long-term ecological studies where the projects are by nature collaborative and where it can be difficult to distinguish signs of environmental change from the effects of differing methodologies. This second volume in the Long-Term Ecological Research LTER Network Series addresses these issues directly by providing a comprehensive standardized set of protocols for measuring soil properties. The goal of the volume is to facilitate cross-site synthesis and evaluation of ecosystem processes. Chapters cover methods for studying physical and chemical properties of soils, soil biological properties, and soil organisms, and they include work from many leaders in the field. The book is the first broadly based compendium of standardized soil measurement methods and will be an invaluable resource for ecologists, agronomists, and soil scientists....
The Canadian System of Soil Classification
8 August 2013

The Canadian System of Soil Classification
The Canadian System of Soil Classification by Soil Classification Working Group
English | 3rd edition | March 1, 1998 | ISBN-10: 0660174049 | 188 pages | PDF | 17,2 Mb


This revised publication replaces "The Canadian System of Soil Classification" (second edition) published in 1987. The changes incorporated in this current publication are based on the work of the Soil Classification Working Group (SCWG) formerly of the Expert Committee on Soil Survey, and continued by the Land Resource Division of the former Centre for Land and Biological Resources Research. Current taxonomic activities are part of the Land Resources Program of the Eastern Cereal and Oilseed Research Centre, Ottawa, Ontario. Highlights of the third edition include: a tenth order, Vertisolic, which has been added; subgroups intergrading to the Vertisolic Order have been added in the Chernozemic, Gleysolic, Luvisolic, and Solonetzic Orders; major revisions have been carried out to the Cryosolic Order; and, a complete key to soil classification has been added in chapter 3.