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Information about soils in agriculture and forestry, as well as soil science in general. Potential topics include soil genesis and morphology, soil classification and mapping, soil fertility, soil conservation (including erosion), soil management and modifications, and interpretation of soil characteristics.
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The network brings together grassroots organisations from across Europe to share experiences and promote the significance of access to land for agroecological transition and generational renewal.
Provides information on the problem of agricultural chemicals in soil, and the designing of ecologically sound management strategies for dealing with non-productive soils, pests and diseases.
Research covers many aspects of soil science including soil genesis and morphology, water quality and constructed wetlands, soil-landform relationships and modeling, watershed-scale soil survey studies and the production of an online soil survey.
Basic information on how to produce and use compost, building compost and worm bins and improving soil health.
From Penn State University. Includes chapters on soil management and fertility.
Portal providing data and information on soils at European level.
Conference (September 4 - 12, 2004) for soil scientists and practitioners from all to discuss the part played by soils in terrestrial ecosystems. Information about conference aims, details of program, excursions and symposia. Details on fees, accommodation and organization.
Formerly known as Rothamsted Experimental Station; the main site of the Institute of Arable Crops Research. Resources, details of research, and information for the lay public.
This is the World Data Center for Soils. Responsible for collecting, archiving, and distributing data and research information.
Formerly the U.S. Soil Conservation Service. NCRS program areas include soil survey, conservation assistance, farmland protection, grazing lands conservation, and watershed protection.
From the Natural Resources Conservation Service (United States). An extensive collection of articles and resources.
Provides a software tool that estimates nutrients removed from the soil by different crops.
Educative information about what soil is, how it is formed and how it is lost. Focus on soil conservation and soil ecology.
Indian Agricultural Resources Portal for farmers and experts in soil management.
Details of courses, research and faculty at The Laboratory of Soil Physics and Soil Hydrology, University of Tokyo.
Aims to foster awareness about soil and its importance to life. With practical and illustrated soil science activities for school children.
Factsheets, publications about irrigation, drainage and erosion control from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food.
A comprehensive resource for education on soils in primary and secondary schools. Soil basic properties, geography, functions, threats, activities and careers.
Papers on soils of arid regions, how they develop, and how they are classified, with copies in Hebrew. In addition, there is a book chapter on managing soils for sustainable land use and a glossary of terms. Links to other sites with soils information. Lists of soil surveys for the United States.
Scientifically based laboratory manual that addresses all major composting parameters. Includes test methods and sample preparation protocols for the analysis of all compost types, including MSW, yard waste, and biosolids composts.
From the Natural Resources Conservation Service (United States). An extensive collection of articles and resources.
The network brings together grassroots organisations from across Europe to share experiences and promote the significance of access to land for agroecological transition and generational renewal.
Scientifically based laboratory manual that addresses all major composting parameters. Includes test methods and sample preparation protocols for the analysis of all compost types, including MSW, yard waste, and biosolids composts.
Provides a software tool that estimates nutrients removed from the soil by different crops.
Portal providing data and information on soils at European level.
This is the World Data Center for Soils. Responsible for collecting, archiving, and distributing data and research information.
Basic information on how to produce and use compost, building compost and worm bins and improving soil health.
From Penn State University. Includes chapters on soil management and fertility.
Research covers many aspects of soil science including soil genesis and morphology, water quality and constructed wetlands, soil-landform relationships and modeling, watershed-scale soil survey studies and the production of an online soil survey.
Provides information on the problem of agricultural chemicals in soil, and the designing of ecologically sound management strategies for dealing with non-productive soils, pests and diseases.
A comprehensive resource for education on soils in primary and secondary schools. Soil basic properties, geography, functions, threats, activities and careers.
Papers on soils of arid regions, how they develop, and how they are classified, with copies in Hebrew. In addition, there is a book chapter on managing soils for sustainable land use and a glossary of terms. Links to other sites with soils information. Lists of soil surveys for the United States.
Formerly known as Rothamsted Experimental Station; the main site of the Institute of Arable Crops Research. Resources, details of research, and information for the lay public.
Factsheets, publications about irrigation, drainage and erosion control from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food.
Aims to foster awareness about soil and its importance to life. With practical and illustrated soil science activities for school children.
Details of courses, research and faculty at The Laboratory of Soil Physics and Soil Hydrology, University of Tokyo.
Indian Agricultural Resources Portal for farmers and experts in soil management.
Conference (September 4 - 12, 2004) for soil scientists and practitioners from all to discuss the part played by soils in terrestrial ecosystems. Information about conference aims, details of program, excursions and symposia. Details on fees, accommodation and organization.
Formerly the U.S. Soil Conservation Service. NCRS program areas include soil survey, conservation assistance, farmland protection, grazing lands conservation, and watershed protection.
Educative information about what soil is, how it is formed and how it is lost. Focus on soil conservation and soil ecology.

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