Soil solution chemistry: applications to environmental science and agriculture

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Wiley, 1994 - Science - 345 pages
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Deals with all aspects of chemistry involving the fluid element found in soils. Stresses the direct analysis and interpretation of soil solution composition in order to gain insights into chemical reactivity and availability in soils. Contains practical laboratory and field techniques for obtaining and analyzing soil solutions. Also provides theoretical background on the physical and analytical chemistry involved.

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The Soil Solution
Chemical Statics and Dynamics Applied to Soil Solution
Master Variables

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