Introduction to Environmental Soil Physics
Author: Hillel DanielLanguage: Anglais
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494 p. · 17.5x25.4 cm · Hardback
* Written in an engaging and clear style, posing and resolving issues relevant to the terrestrial environment.
* Explores the gamut of the interactions among the phases in the soil and the dynamic interconnection of the soil with the subterranean and atmospheric domains.
* Reveals the salient ideas, approaches, and methods of environmental soil physics.
* Includes numerous illustrative exercises, which are explicitly solved.
* Designed to serve for classroom and laboratory instruction, for self-study, and for reference.
* Oriented toward practical problems in ecology, field-scale hydrology, agronomy, and civil engineering.
* Differs from earlier texts in its wider scope and holistic environmental conception
Part I: Basic Relationships
Part II: The Solid Phase
Part III: The Liquid Phase
Part IV: The Gaseous Phase
Part V: Composite Phenomena
Part VI: The Field Water Cycle
Part VII: Soil-Plant-Water Relations