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Handbook of Soil Sciences
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"[The first volume] is a hefty tome separated into five sections: soil physics, chemistry, mineralogy, biology and biochemistry, and pedology. ... Each chapter is a rich resource for choosing and discovering methodologies and understanding developments in soil science, and provides a database for equations needed in soil science. Non-soil scientists should not dismiss these handbooks since many chapters cross disciplines. ... The list of authors for each chapter is truly impressive, with contributions from many eminent soil scientists. ... The second volume contains a further 33 chapters broken into four parts: soil physical, chemical and biological interfacial interactions; soil fertility and plant nutrition; interdisciplinary aspects of soil science; and soil databases. Again, the calibre of the authors is exemplary and the comments made for the first volume apply equally to the second. ... this is now my first 'go to' text for soil science and will be invaluable as a resource. I would highly recommend that libraries update their first edition and with these two new volumes." -TJ Clough, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand, New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research, 2013, Vol. 56, No. 1, 91-92.
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Dr. Pan Ming Huang was the professor of soil science emeritus at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, and served for 44 years in that institution. His research work has significantly advanced the frontiers of knowledge on the formation chemistry, nature, and surface reactivity of mineral colloids, organic matter, and organomineral complexes in soils and sediments and their role in the dynamics, transformations, and fate of nutrients, toxic metals, and xenobiotics in terrestrial and aquatic environments. His research findings, embodied in well over 300 refereed scientific publications, are fundamental to the development of sound strategies for managing land and water resources in the Earth's critical zone. Dr. Yuncong Li is the University of Florida Research Foundation (UFRF) professor of soil science in the Department of Soil and Water Science at the Tropical Research and Education Center, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), University of Florida in Homestead. He is also an affiliated professor at the University of Florida's Center for Tropical Agriculture, Hydrologic Sciences Academic Cluster, School of Natural Resources and Environment, and Water Institute. His research and extension program focuses on water and soil quality monitoring, assessment and remediation, management practices to improve nutrient use efficiency, and nutrient cycling in soils/sediments. He has authored or coauthored over 150 research papers, 70 extension articles, and 15 book chapters. He recently edited a book, Water Quality Concepts, Sampling, and Analyses (CRC Press, 2010). He serves as an associate editor for Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology and Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. Dr. Malcolm E. Sumner is the Regents' Professor of Environmental Soil Science Emeritus in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at the University of Georgia, Athens. His published works cover a wide range of topics, including subsoil acidity, the agricultural uses of gypsum, diagnosis of yield-limiting factors, beneficial use of anthropogenic wastes, and transport of nutrients in soils. A widely respected author, Dr. Sumner's works include Soil Acidity (Springer-Verlag, 1991), Soil Crusting: Chemical and Physical Processes (Lewis Publishers, 1992), Suelos de la Agroindustria Cafetalera de Guatemala (University of Georgia, 1994), Distribution, Properties and Management of Australian Sodic Soils (CSIRO Publications, 1995), Sodic Soils: Distribution, Properties, Management, and Environmental Consequences (Oxford University Press, 1998), and the Handbook of Soil Sciences (CRC Press, 1999). He has authored or coauthored over 350 scientific papers, including 220 refereed journal articles, and has contributed chapters to over 30 books.
Soil Physical, Chemical, and Biological Interfacial Interactions Introduction; Pan Ming Huang and Antonio Violante The Role of Synchrotron Radiation in Elucidating the Biogeochemistry of Metal(loids) and Nutrients at Critical Zone Interfaces; Donald L. Sparks and Matthew Ginder-Vogel Clay-Organic Interactions in Soil Environments; Guodong Yuan and Benny K.G. Theng Nanoscale Science and Technology in Soil Science; Patricia A. Maurice Impacts of Environmental Nanoparticles on Chemical, Biological, and Hydrological Processes in Terrestrial Ecosystems; Nikolla P. Qafoku Enzymatic Activity as Inf luenced by Soil Mineral and Humic Colloids and Its Impact on Biogeochemical Processes; L. Gianfreda, M.A. Rao, and M. Mora Biogeochemical, Biophysical, and Biological Processes in the Rhizosphere; Philippe Hinsinger, Davey L. Jones, and Petra Marschner Mineralogical, Physicochemical, and Microbiological Controls on Soil Organic Matter Stabilization and Turnover; Ingrid Koegel-Knabner and Markus Kleber Impact of Soil Physical, Chemical, and Biological Interactions on the Transformation of Metals and Metalloids; Antonio Violante, M. Pigna, V. Cozzolino, and Pan Ming Huang Soil Physicochemical and Biological Interfacial Processes Governing the Fate of Anthropogenic Organic Pollutants; Kun Yang and Baoshan Xing Impact of Soil Physicochemical and Biological Reactions on Transport of Nutrients and Pollutants in the Critical Zone; Jon Chorover Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition Introduction; James J. Camberato Bioavailability of N, P, K, Ca, Mg, S, and Si; Nanthi Bolan, Ross Brennan, Dedik Budianta, James J. Camberato, Ravi Naidu, William L. Pan, Andrew Sharpley, Donald L. Sparks, and Malcolm E. Sumner Soil Acidity and Liming; T. Jot Smyth Soil Fertility Evaluation; J. Thomas Sims and Joshua McGrath Fundamentals of Fertilizer Application; David B. Mengel and George W. Rehm Nutrient and Water Use Efficiency; Kefyalew Girma and William Raun Nutrient Interactions in Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition; William L. Pan Interdisciplinary Aspects of Soil Science Introduction; G.J. Levy Saline and Boron-Affected Soils; R. Keren Sodicity; Guy J. Levy Soil Water Repellency; Stefan H. Doerr and Richard A. Shakesby Biogeochemistry of Wetlands; P.W. Inglett, K.R. Reddy, W.G. Harris, and E.M. D'Angelo Acid Sulfate Soils; L.A. Sullivan, R.T. Bush, E.D. Burton, C.J. Ritsema, and M.E.F. van Mensvoort Water Erosion; Dino Torri and Lorenzo Borselli Wind Erosion; D.W. Fryrear Land Application of Wastes; David M. Miller and W.P. Miller Conservation Tillage; Paul W. Unger and Humberto Blanco-Canqui Soil Quality; Stephanie A. Ewing and Michael J. Singer Soil Databases Introduction; Marion F. Baumgardner Qualitative and Quantitative Aspects of World and Regional Soil Databases and Maps; Freddy O. Nachtergaele, Vincent W.P. van Engelen, and Niels H. Batjes United States Soil Survey Databases; Jim R. Fortner and Alan B. Price Integrated Digital, Spatial, and Attribute Databases for Soils in Brazil; Carlos Eduardo Pellegrino Cerri, Carlos Gustavo Tornquist, Martial Bernoux, Miguel Cooper, Gerd Sparovek, Maria de Lourdes Mendonca-Santos, and Carlos Clemente Cerri Development and Use of Soil Maps and Databases in China; Gan-Lin Zhang and Yun-Jin Wu Soil Geographic Database of Russia; Sergey A. Shoba, Vyacheslav A. Rozhkov, Irina O. Alyabina, Varvara M. Kolesnikova, Inga S. Urusevskaya, Erik N. Molchanov, Vladimir S. Stolbovoi, Boris V. Sheremet, and Dmitry E. Konyushkov Learning about Soil Resources with Digital Soil Maps; Darrell G. Schulze, Phillip R. Owens, and George E. Van Scoyoc Soil Databases in Africa; D.G. Paterson and N.M. Mushia Index