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Advances in Agronomy
1st Edition - June 30, 1997
Editor: Donald L. Sparks
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Written by international authorities in agronomy, Volume 60 contains five comprehensive reviews covering key contemporary topics on plant and soil sciences. As always, the topics… Read more
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Written by international authorities in agronomy, Volume 60 contains five comprehensive reviews covering key contemporary topics on plant and soil sciences. As always, the topics are varied and exemplary of the array of subject matter covered by this long-running serial. This volume contains a state-of-the-art review on adapting plants to salinity, the effects of no-tillage cropping systems on soil microbiological relationships, sustainability of agroecosystems in semiarid regions, ethics in agronomic research, and nutrient cycling information. With this latest volume, Advances in Agronomy continues to be recognized as a leading reference and as a first-rate source of the latest research in agronomy, crop science, and soil science.
@introbul:Key Features @bul:* Nutrient cycling, transformation and flows * Adaptation of plants to salinity * Practical ethics in agronomic research * The influence of no-till cropping systems on microbial relationships * The sustainability of agroecosystems in semiarid regions
Researchers and students in agronomy, plant and soil sciences, and environmental sciences in university, industry, and government laboratories.
F.R. Magdoff, L.E. Lanyon, and W.C. Liebhardt, Nutrient Cycling, Transformation and Flows: Implication for a More Sustainable Agriculture. M.C. Shannon, Adaptation of Plants to Salinity. L.F. Elliott and D.A. Holt, The Influence of No-Till Cropping Systems on Microbial Relationships. D.A. Holt, Practical Ethics in Agronomic Research. B.A. Stewart and C.A. Robinson, Are Agroecosystems Sustainable in Semiarid Regions? Chapter References. Subject Index.
No. of pages: 234
Published: June 30, 1997
Imprint: Academic Press
eBook ISBN: 9780080563732
Donald L. Sparks
DONALD L. SPARKS is the Unidel S. Hallock du Pont Chair and Francis Alison Professor at the University of Delaware. He is internationally recognized for his research in the areas of kinetics of biogeochemical processes and surface chemistry of natural materials. His research has focused on fate and transport of trace metals in soil and water, soil remediation, water quality, and carbon sequestration in soils. Dr. Sparks is the author of two previous editions of Environmental Soil Chemistry and more than 350 refereed papers and book chapters. He is fellow of five scientific societies, and he has been the recipient of major awards and lectureships including the Geochemistry Medal from the American Chemical Society, the Liebig Medal from the International Union of Soil Sciences, the Einstein Professorship from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Philippe Duchaufour Medal from the European Geosciences Union. Dr. Sparks served as president of the Soil Science Society of America and the International Union of Soil Sciences, has served on advisory committees for several national laboratories and national and international centers and institutes, and served as chair of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Committee for Soil Sciences and other NAS Committees.
Affiliations and expertise
Director, Delaware Environmental Institute, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, USA