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  • Soil Types
    Soil Types

    The samples have been air-dried, sieved through a 6mm mesh and packed in 120cm containers with two of each soil type, labelled with type, particle size analysis, organic matter content and pH. Each set is supplied with a detailed experimental booklet covering demonstrations of biological, chemical and physical properties plus notes on the agricultural significance of these features. Soil Types: Chalky soil, Organic soil, Clay soil, Sandy soil, Loamy soil, Silty soil.

    £47.95
    philipharris.co.uk
  • Fixed Needle Syringe, PTFE Tipped Plunger, 250µl, for Headspace/Soil Gas Sampling. Side Hole Needle (Type D)
    Fixed Needle Syringe, PTFE Tipped Plunger, 250µl, for Headspace/Soil Gas Sampling. Side Hole Needle (Type D)

    Fixed Needle Syringe, PTFE Tipped Plunger, 250µl, for Headspace/Soil Gas Sampling. Side Hole Needle (Type D)

    £42.07
    labhut.com
  • Sludge: Types, Treatment Processes & Disposal (Air Water and Soil
    Sludge: Types, Treatment Processes & Disposal (Air Water and Soil

    Sludge: Types, Treatment Processes & Disposal (Air Water and Soil

    £136.50
    snazal.com
  • Soil Pipe 3m Black
    Soil Pipe 3m Black

    Soil Pipe 3m Black Product Code: 431954 Years Guaranteed: 12 Months manufacturers defect guarantee Depth: 130 mm Certification: BS 4515 & EN 1329 Width: 130 mm Length: 3 m Material: PVC Colour: Black Type: Soil Pipe 3m 110mm Soil Pipe Black Rating Snapshot (1 reviews) 5 stars 1 4 stars 0 3 stars 0 2 stars 0 1 star 0 1 review Write a review Share

  • Fixed Needle Syringe, PTFE Tipped Plunger, 5µl, for Headspace/Soil Gas Sampling. Side Hole Needle (Type D)
    Fixed Needle Syringe, PTFE Tipped Plunger, 5µl, for Headspace/Soil Gas Sampling. Side Hole Needle (Type D)

    Fixed Needle Syringe, PTFE Tipped Plunger, 5µl, for Headspace/Soil Gas Sampling. Side Hole Needle (Type D)

    £58.33
    labhut.com
  • Atkins Harold: Highway Materials, Soils, and Concretes
    Atkins Harold: Highway Materials, Soils, and Concretes

    Using practical levels of mathematics, language, and theory, this text provides a user-friendly introduction to the most current civil engineering and highway construction materials. It provides coverage of sources, properties, design methods, standards, tests and uses of materials and soils in various types of highway construction.

    £97.99
    eruditor.com
  • Managing Soil Without Chemicals - Jo Readman
    Managing Soil Without Chemicals - Jo Readman

    Soil is our greatest garden asset and this book contains a wealth of information to help you get to know and work with it. It looks at soil structure and how it ‘works’, explains how to identify different soil types and then gives advise on how to care for and manage your soil. Basic advice on which plants grow best in your soil.

    £12.50
    recycleworks.co.uk
  • Organic Compounds in Soils, Sediments&Sludges
    Organic Compounds in Soils, Sediments&Sludges

    The increasing awareness of the effects of pollutants in the eco-system and on the development of suitable methods of analysis has stimulated a lot of research recently. This volume comprehensively discusses the range of methods available for the analysis and determination of organic compounds in soils, river and marine sediments and industrial sludges. A review is provided of the instrumentation used in soil and sediment laboratories and an indication of the types of organics that can be determined...

    £104.00
    tunetribe.com
  • Publication Details: Excavations and Foundations in Soft Soils
    Publication Details: Excavations and Foundations in Soft Soils

    The book reviews recent developments and research results on excavations and foundations found in and on soft soil deposits. It gives an overview of the material properties of soft soils and offers new foundation improvement techniques in road and railways. It also examines different types of foundations and stabilization methods. The book will serve both practicing and research engineers in the field of geotechnical engineering.

    £111.15
    constructionbooks.net
  • Soil and Environmental Science Dictionary
    Soil and Environmental Science Dictionary

    Preface. Using the Dictionary. Dictionary (A-Z: English Terms with Equivalent French Terms). English/French Index of Terms by Subject Area/Discipline. French/English Index of Terms by Subject Area/Discipline. References: Sources of Terms. References: Sources of Illustrations. Appendix A. Units. Table A.1 SI Prefixes. Table A.2 SI Base Units. Table A.3 Conversion Factors for SI and Non-SI Units. Appendix B. Soil Properties. Table B.1. Types and Classes of Soil Structure. Figure B.1. Type...

    £66.00
    cplbookshop.com
  • Territory, Soil and Society in South Asia
    Territory, Soil and Society in South Asia

    The investigation starts from the devaluation of religious territory in Vedic ritual texts, checks later developments of divine territories in relation to temples' details various types of 'traditional' jurisdictions, and ends up with an analysis of recent ethnicization of the Nation as shown in Hindutva produced videos. The book combines a diversity of sources (ethnographical, archival, textual and inscriptions), used by an international team of authors trained in different disciplines (Indology...

  • Soil pH Testing Kit
    Soil pH Testing Kit

    Includes a plant pH preference guide so when you know the type of soil you have you can choose the plants which will flourish in it.

    £7.65
    twowests.co.uk
  • Fixed Needle Syringe, PTFE Tipped Plunger, 2.5ml, for Headspace/Soil Gas Sampling. Side Hole Needle (Type D)
    Fixed Needle Syringe, PTFE Tipped Plunger, 2.5ml, for Headspace/Soil Gas Sampling. Side Hole Needle (Type D)

    Home › Fixed Needle Syringe, PTFE Tipped Plunger, 2.5ml, for Headspace/Soil Gas Sampling. Side Hole Needle (Type D) « Back a Page

    £46.68
    labhut.com
  • ESSENTIAL SOIL SCIENCE
    ESSENTIAL SOIL SCIENCE

    Few students study soil science to a higher level. Therefore this textbook should be popular both for its format and its relevance to a large population of "environmental" type students.

    £29.95
    mapsinternational.co.uk
  • Ecology and Management of Forest Soils - 3rd Edition
    Ecology and Management of Forest Soils - 3rd Edition

    This revised and updated Third Edition details the distinctive features of forest soils-the factors that set them apart from other types of soils-with an international perspective that includes a discussion of the tropical rainforest soils of Latin America and the boreal forest soils of Siberia. Separate chapters discuss the physical, chemical, and biological aspects of forest soils as well as soil organic matter, roots, and biogeochemistry.

    £125.00
    cplbookshop.com
  • Publication Details: Tropical Residual Soils Engineering
    Publication Details: Tropical Residual Soils Engineering

    Focused on tropical areas and their unique problems and issues, this work examines all aspects of residual soils engineering, including both theoretical and practical aspects. This book gives the practitioner a thorough understanding of the characteristics of these soil types, their formation and their material properties, while guidelines on application, stabilization and assessment, reveal how this knowledge can be used in the field. The authors have extensive expertise with this type of ground...

    £109.25
    constructionbooks.net
  • Soil Analysis Vol. 1
    Soil Analysis Vol. 1

    Volume I: Soil Analysis is consists of 20 chapters, describing the methods to analyse various types of soil properties. The Book is divided into three sections: General, Physio-chemical properties and soil microbiology. It provides complete information for soil analysis in simple and lucid language. The figures/illustrations have been given at appropriate places in text. It will prove very useful to undergraduate and postgraduate students and Teaching for class room and laboratory Experiments as...

  • Remote Sensing of Soil Salinization: Impact on Land Management
    Remote Sensing of Soil Salinization: Impact on Land Management

    Providing an overview of soil salinity assessment using remote sensing technologies, this book analyzes basic issues of remote detection, such as the spectral behavior of salt type and vegetation influence. This helps readers better understand the concepts of remote detection and the mapping of salt affected areas. Each of the currently available remote sensing platforms is evaluated for its advantages and its disadvantages. International contributors present the latest technological developments...

    £59.99
    webookshop.com
  • Soil Engineering Testing Design and Remediation
    Soil Engineering Testing Design and Remediation

    This Book has been designed as a manual which present an incisive look into the Engineering principles of soil testing, design and remediation techniques which are increasingly being used in soil conservation practice. The text attempts to acquaint readers with the essentials of the subject even as it elaborates upon the challenges, issues and concerns associated with it, relating particularly to the care of various types of soils, and how they respond to the numerous technology designed to improve...

  • Soil Organic Matter in Sustainable Agriculture
    Soil Organic Matter in Sustainable Agriculture

    Soil Organic Matter in Sustainable Agriculture gathers key scientific reviews concerning issues that are critical for successful SOM management. This textbook contains evaluations of the types of organic soil constituents-organisms, fresh residues, and well-decomposed substances. It explores the beneficial effects of organic matter on soil and the various practices that enhance SOM. Chapters include an examination of the results of crop management practices on soil organisms, organic matter gains...

    £70.00
    cplbookshop.com
  • Plant Roots - Growth, activity and interactions with the soil
    Plant Roots - Growth, activity and interactions with the soil

    Chapter 1 Plants, Roots and the Soil 1.1 The evolution of roots 1.2 Functional interdependence of roots and shoots 1.2.1 Balanced growth of roots and shoots 1.2.2 Communication between roots and shoots 1.3 Roots and the soil 1.3.1 The root-soil interface 1.3.2 Root-induced soil processes. Chapter 2 Roots and the Architecture of Root Systems 2.1 Nomenclature and types of root 2.2 Root structure 2.2.1 Primary structure 2.2.2 Secondary structure 2.3 Extension and branching 2.3.1 Extension 2.3.2 Branching...

    £140.00
    cplbookshop.com
  • Principles of Soil Conservation and Management 1 Ed. 08
    Principles of Soil Conservation and Management 1 Ed. 08

    Preface; Foreword1 SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION; 1.1. Why Conserve Soil?; 1.2. Agents that Degrade Soil; 1.3. Soil Erosion; 1.4. History of Soil Erosion;1.5. Consequences of Soil Erosion; 1.6. Drivers of Soil Erosion; 1.7. Erosion in the USA; 1.8. Global Distribution of Soil Erosion; 1.9. Current Trends in Soil and Water Conservation; Summary; Study Questions; References2 WATER EROSION; 2.2. Types; 2.3. Processes; 2.4. Factors; 2.5. Agents; 2.6. Rainfall Erosivity; 2.7. Runoff Erosivity; 2.8. Soil...

  • Humic Matter in Soil and the Environment
    Humic Matter in Soil and the Environment

    Examines controversies regarding humic matter as a real or false compound. Explores achievements of the past century, as well as prospects for advancing humic acid science in the new millennium. Amends the electric double layer theories to introduce new fused double-layer concepts. Classifies different types of humic matter according to origin. Investigates recent claims of humic acid-derived medicines for antiviral, anticancer, and eye disease treatments.

    £92.00
    cplbookshop.com
  • Principles of Soil Conservation and Management 1st Edition
    Principles of Soil Conservation and Management 1st Edition

    Preface; Foreword1 SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION; 1.1. Why Conserve Soil?; 1.2. Agents that Degrade Soil; 1.3. Soil Erosion; 1.4. History of Soil Erosion;1.5. Consequences of Soil Erosion; 1.6. Drivers of Soil Erosion; 1.7. Erosion in the USA; 1.8. Global Distribution of Soil Erosion; 1.9. Current Trends in Soil and Water Conservation; Summary; Study Questions; References2 WATER EROSION; 2.2. Types; 2.3. Processes; 2.4. Factors; 2.5. Agents; 2.6. Rainfall Erosivity; 2.7. Runoff Erosivity; 2.8. Soil...

    £119.69
    Printsasia
  • Soil Conservation and Silviculture - book by Dvorak, J.;Novak, L
    Soil Conservation and Silviculture - book by Dvorak, J.;Novak, L

    TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface. 1. Soil Conservation (J. Filip). Soil conservation and the danger of erosion. Conservation of farm and forest land. 2. Erosion of the Soil (J. Dvořák). The types of erosion. Manifestations of erosion. Erosion intensity. 3. Erosion Factors (J. Antal). Definition of erosion factors. Evaluation of erosion factors. 4. Analysis of Erosion (J. Dvořák). Regularities of water erosion. Regularities of wind erosion (M Pasák). Modelling erosion processes (F. K&rcaron...

    £176.00
    buysciencebooks.org
  • SOILS OF ISRAEL
    SOILS OF ISRAEL

    Describes the soils of Israel, offering details of their distribution, chemical, physical, and mineralogical characteristics and agricultural attributes. This title discusses the pathways to the formation of each soil type against the background of such soil-forming factors as climate, lithology and physiography.

    £77.00
    mapsinternational.co.uk
  • Soil Pipe 2m Black
    Soil Pipe 2m Black

    Soil Pipe 2m Black Product Code: 431953 Years Guaranteed: 12 Months manufacturers defect guarantee Depth: 130 mm Certification: BS 4515 & EN 1329 Width: 130 mm Length: 2 m Material: PVC Colour: Black Type: Soil Pipe 2m 110mm Soil Pipe Black Rating Snapshot (1 reviews) 5 stars 1 4 stars 0 3 stars 0 2 stars 0 1 star 0 1 review Write a review Share

  • Jones J. Benton, Jr., Jones Jones Jr.: Agronomic Handbook: Management of Crops, Soils and Their Fertility
    Jones J. Benton, Jr., Jones Jones Jr.: Agronomic Handbook: Management of Crops, Soils and Their Fertility

    Uniquely covering both crops and soils, this handbook provides those in the field with a practical management resource. Written in the author's accessible style, this work describes the genetic history, yield characteristics, cultural requirements, and nutritional requirements of the major agronomic crops, the physical and chemical properties of major soil types, and the formulation and application of fertilizers. It also provides definitions, a glossary of botanical terms, nutrient element requirement...

    £88.20
    eruditor.com
  • Land Use and Soil
    Land Use and Soil

    Land use and soil management practices influence the soil nutrients and related soil processes, such as erosion, oxidation, mineralization, and leaching, etc. As a result, it can modify the processes of transport and re-distribution of nutrients. In non-cultivated land, the type of vegetative cover is a factor influencing the soil organic carbon content. Moreover, soils through land use change also produce considerable alterations and usually soil quality diminishes after the cultivation of previously...

    £40.63
    wordery.com
  • Essential Soil Science
    Essential Soil Science

    This textbook is aimed at the majority of students, who need to quickly acquire a concise overview of soil science. Many current soil science textbooks still cater for a traditional student market where students embark on three years study in a narrow discipline. The growth in modular degree schemes has meant that soil science is now often taught as self-standing unit as part of broad based degree program. Students pursuing this type of course are increasingly reluctant to purchase expensive textbooks...