Methods of soil study.

by J. A. Taylor

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Written in English
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Reprinted fromGeography, vol.45, 1960.

The Physical Object
Pagination52-67p. :
Number of Pages67
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Open LibraryOL21109832M
ISBN 10090073616X
OCLC/WorldCa500536931

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Methods of Soil Analysis: Part 1 The study of transport processes in soil in relation to environmental quality concerns has brought about an increased interest in the application of methods of physical measurement to field situations. More emphasis has been placed on the development of methods to cope with the inherent spatial variability.

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