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*  Living mulch
The soil loss for the RT was 14.22 t ha-1 while with the other treatments it was less than 0.5 tons ha-1. The least soil loss ... Soil can be easily eroded with no vegetative ground cover or plant residue. Ideally soil erosion should be less than 4 to 5 ... J. soil Water Conserv, 38: 431-433 Barber, R.G., and F. Navarro 1994. The rehabitation of degraded soils in eastern Bolivia by ... soil microbes have sufficient N available to enhance their breakdown of organic materials in the soil. In the tropics, it is ...
*  Freshwater swamp forest
Peat swamp forests are swamp forests where waterlogged soils prevent woody debris from fully decomposing, which over time ...
*  Hill farming
These standards were implemented to protect significant habitats and to limit soil erosion and other negative effects of soil ... These areas are classified as such on account of poor climate, soils, and terrain which cause higher costs in production and ... These areas have a harsh climate, short growing seasons, relatively poor quality of soil and long winters. Therefore, these ...
*  In situ chemical reduction
... (ISCR) is a new type of environmental remediation technique used for soil and/or groundwater ...
*  Dutch pollutant standards
The target values for soil are adjusted for the organic matter (humus) content and soil fraction 25 m³ soil or >100 m³ ... The soil remediation intervention values indicate when the functional properties of the soil for humans, plants and animals is ... target values for soil were also present. However, in the 2009 version, target values for soils have been deleted for all ... They are representative of the level of contamination above which a serious case of soil contamination is deemed to exist. ...
*  Soil liquefaction
This may occur in all soil types including dense soils. However, on reaching a state of zero effective stress such soils ... The resistance of the cohesionless soil to liquefaction will depend on the density of the soil, confining stresses, soil ... A state of 'soil liquefaction' occurs when the effective stress of soil is reduced to essentially zero, which corresponds to a ... Soil liquefaction induced by earthquake shaking is also a major contributor to urban seismic risk. The effects of soil ...
*  Agriculture in Paraguay
But based on soil surveys, analysts have estimated that only one-fifth of that area is appropriate for normal crop production. ... Over half of all wheat was grown in Itapúa, where most soil testing, tractors, and fertilizers were used. Despite the rapid ... Cotton was especially suited to the Paraguayan climate and soils and was grown primarily by small farmers in the central region ... Self-sufficient in rice, Paraguay showed potential as a regional exporter because of its rich soils and irrigation potential ...
*  List of vineyard soil types
Siliceous soil - Soil composed of acid rock that are crystalline in nature. The soil has good heat retention but needs the ... Volcanic soil - Soil that is derived from one of two volcanic activities. 1.) Vent-based soil is formed from rock material ( ... Calcareous soil - Alkaline soil with high levels of calcium and Magnesium carbonate. Typically cool in temperature soil that ... Vines planted in this type of soil normally ripen later than in other soil types. Marl soil is typically deep and lacking in ...
*  Phosphate solubilizing bacteria
Currently, the main purpose in managing soil phosphorus is to optimize crop production and minimize P loss from soils. PSB have ... "Phosphate solubilizing bacteria from subtropical soil and their tricalcium phosphate solubilizing abilities". Applied Soil ... Phosphorus (P) is one of the major essential macronutrients for plants and is applied to soil in the form of phosphate ... However, most P compounds are not readily soluble in soils so it is not readily used for metal immobilization. Phosphate ...
*  Anaerobic lagoon
... air and soil damage. As a result, manure collection and disposal has become an increasing problem. In order to manage their ... not the clay liner or underlying native soil. Anaerobic lagoons are not heated, aerated or mixed. Anaerobic lagoons are most ...
*  Virgin Soil
Pritchett, V.S. "Turgenev and 'Virgin Soil'". The New York Review of Books. Retrieved 7 July 2014. Virgin Soil by Ivan Turgenev ... "Virgin Soil". Portifex. "Virgin Soil Summary". enotes. Retrieved 7 July 2014. "Prominent Russians: Ivan Turgenev". RT ... Virgin Soil (Russian: «Новь») is an 1877 novel by Ivan Turgenev. It was Turgenev's sixth and final novel as well as his longest ...
*  Soil Research
As well as publishing in traditional aspects of soil biology, soil physics and soil chemistry across terrestrial ecosystems, ... Soil Research is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal published by CSIRO Publishing. It aims to rapidly publish ... "Soil Research". 2015 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Science ed.). Thomson Reuters. 2015. Official website. ... It was established in 1963 as the Australian Journal of Soil Research and obtained its current title in 2011. The current ...
*  Foreign Soil
... is a collection of short fiction by Maxine Beneba Clarke published in 2014 by Hachette. It won the 2013 Victorian ...
*  S-Oil
... Homepage (in Korean) S-Oil Homepage (in English). ... S-Oil Corporation (hangul:에쓰오일) is a petroleum and refinery ... It is also listed on the Dow Jones Index.[citation needed] Economy of South Korea List of Korea-related topics "AOC , S-Oil ...
*  Soil (manga)
Soil is a manga series written and illustrated by Atsushi Kaneko. It was adapted into a Japanese television drama series in ... "Soil Manga by Bambi and her Pink Gun's Kaneko Gets TV Drama". Anime News Network. 2010-01-09. Retrieved 2013-03-17. "Interview ... "Soil Vol.11". manga-news.com (in French). Retrieved 2013-03-17. "Drifting Life, St. Young Men, More Nominated at France's ... "Thermae Romae, SOIL, I Am a Hero Nominated at France's Angoulême". Anime News Network. 2012-11-27. Retrieved 2013-03-17. ...
*  Greenwich (soil)
... soil study) Soil types List of U.S. state soils "A Look at Delaware Agriculture" (PDF). July 2010. Archived from the original ( ... "Delaware State Soil". State Symbols USA. Retrieved 1 July 2013. "GREENWICH -- DELAWARE STATE SOIL" (PDF). USDA. Retrieved 1 ... Greenwich is the official state soil of Delaware. According to the Natural Resources Conservation Service, "The Greenwich ... series consists of very deep, well-drained, moderately rapidly permeable soils that formed in sandy marine and old alluvial ...
*  Soil governance
Soil Science is used in tandem with GIS to identify individual soil properties applicable to agricultural and urban soil ... Governance of the soil differs from soil management. Soil management involves practices and techniques used to increase and ... Because soil is the main medium in agriculture, soil governance has maintained a strong agricultural perspective. Urban soil ... "Thematic Strategy for Soil Protection" (PDF). Follet, R.F (2001). "Soil management concepts and carbon sequestration". Soil ...
*  Holdrege (soil)
Formed in silty, calcareous loess, the soil ranges from 0 to 15 percent slope. "Holdrege -- Nebraska State Soil". University of ... The Holdrege silt loam is the state soil of Nebraska since 1979. Holdrege silt loam covers 1.8 million acres of land in south- ... First described in 1917 in Phelps County, Nebraska, the soil has a significant role in corn, grain and soy farming. ...
*  Soil zoology
... is the study of animals living fully or partially in the soil (soil fauna). The term was apparently first used for ... Biogeochemical cycle Soil Zoology. Proceedings of the University of Nottingham, Second Easter School in Agricultural Science, ... Safwat H. Shakir Hanna, ed, 2004, Soil Zoology For Sustainable Development In The 21st century: A Festschrift in Honour of Prof ... a conference of soil zoologists presenting their research at the University of Nottingham, UK, in 1955. ...
*  Jory (soil)
Soil types List of U.S. state soils Natural Resources Conservation Service (2003). "Jory -- Oregon State Soil". State Soils. ... They are very productive forest soils. Many areas have been cleared and are used for agricultural crops. The Jory soils and the ... Mapes, Jeff (May 19, 2011). "Here's the dirt: Senate votes down bill to make Jory soil the official soil of Oregon". The ... The Jory series consists of very deep, well-drained soils that formed in colluvium derived from basic igneous rock. These soils ...
*  Antigo (soil)
"Antigo -- Wisconsin state soil". State soils. Natural Resources Conservation Service. "Antigo -- Wisconsin state soil" (PDF). ... Antigo soils are among the most extensive soils in Wisconsin. They occur on about 300,000 acres (1,200 km²) in the northern ... "Official soil series description: Antigo". National Cooperative Soil Survey. Natural Resources Conservation Service. Archived ... The soil series was named after the city of Antigo, Wisconsin. They are very productive soils for corn, small grain, and hay. ...
*  Soil biodiversity
Soil structure is essential to soil health and fertility; soil structure decline has a direct effect on soil and surface food ... Soil erosion is the removal of the soil's upper layers by the action of water, wind, or ice. Soil erosion occurs naturally, but ... Soil acidity (or alkalinity) is the concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) in the soil. Measured on the pH scale, soil acidity is ... Soil erosion is therefore a major threat to soil biodiversity. The effects of soil erosion can be lessened by means of various ...
*  Soil regeneration
Soil that is low in carbon will not support plant life and is susceptible to desertification. Without plants, soil cannot hold ... The focus-building soil health-has many benefits, both proven and theorized, including the soil sequestration of carbon in ... Carbon cycle Environmental soil science Climate change Regenerative agriculture "Healthyag - Soil". www.healthyag.com. ... Soil regeneration as a particular form of ecological regeneration within the field of restoration ecology is the act or idea of ...
*  Soil Festivities
"Vangelis - Soil Festivities". DutchCharts. Retrieved August 25, 2016. Ivar de Vries. "Soil Festivities Review". Vangelis ... "Soil Festivities". Allmusic. Retrieved September 10, 2013. Soil Festivities at Vangelis Collector. ... Soil Festivities is a studio album by the Greek electronic composer Vangelis, released in 1984. This 1984 release was the first ... Dan Goldstein (November 1984), "Soil Festivities - Vangelis Speaks", Electronics & Music Maker, retrieved August 22, 2016 " ...
*  Miami (soil)
The Miami soil series is the state soil of Indiana. The less sloping Miami soils are used mainly for corn, soybeans, or winter ... Alfisols Udic moisture regime Pedology (soil study) Soil types List of U.S. state soils Pershing, Marvin W. "History of Tipton ... There are 794,994 acres (3,217 km2) of Miami soils mapped in Indiana. Miami soils formed in calcareous, loamy till on the ... Miami soils are classified in USDA soil taxonomy as fine-loamy, mixed, active, mesic Oxyaquic Hapludalfs. ...