3 edition of Russian contribution to soil science. found in the catalog.
Russian contribution to soil science.
J. S Joffe
by American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, D.C
Written in English
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This is one of those biographies that provide a window onto the broader understanding of science in its social and cultural context. Using Sergei Nikolaevich Vinogradskii’s career and scientific research trajectory as a point of entry, this book illustrates the manner in which microbiologists,Brand: Springer Netherlands. Initial soil classification ideas were heavily based in geology, but over time Russian ideas of soil genesis and classification moved into the American soil science community, mainly due to the.
1. Introduction. In Europe, changes in land-use and management and the introduction of new technologies that exploit finite land resources have increased soil degradation, including soil erosion (Chisci and Morgan, , Dazzi and Costantini, ).These processes impair soil quality and the ability of soils to deliver vital ecosystem goods and services to society (Faber & van der Pol, ). As the Russian atomic energy agency gradually took charge of a company that controls one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United .
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* The book is a treasury for a historian of Russian science. Of special value is an article by J.S. Joffe "Russian Contribution to Soil Science", (Joffe, ). Some books devoted to the biographies of most outstanding specialist in soil science who were purged and exiled have been published i n the USSR.
Lomonosov made many discoveries in various fields: he is regarded as the first to discover the law of mass conservation () and to establish mechanistic caloric theory and the chemistry of minerals and glass.
Lomonosov is the founder of Russia's first classical university – Moscow State University (). Nikolay Lobachevsky. Book: The Contribution of Soil Science to the Development of and Implementation of Criteria and Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management, SSSA Special Publicat Soil Quality Monitoring for Assessing Sustainable Forest Management Role of Criteria and Indicators for the Sustainable Management of Russian Forests doi Russian genetics / by Theodosius Dobzhansky --Russian physiology and pathology / by W.
Horsley Gantt --Russian psychology and psychiatry / by Ivan D. London --Scientific method and social science: East and West / by Russell L. Ackoff --Russian contribution to soil science / by J.S. Joffe --Soviet physics and chemistry / by John Turkevich.
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Variously the father of modern soil science, pedology, soil geography Friedrich Albert Fallou: Germany: Founder of modern soil science; coined the term "pedology" Konstantin Glinka: Russia: Prominent Russian soil scientist Eugene W. Hilgard: USA: Father of modern soil science in the USA Francis D.
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Index SSAC - INTRODUCTION TO SOIL SCIENCE SN Chapter Page No 1 Soil – Pedological and edaphological concepts 2 Origin of the earth – Earth’s crust – Composition 3 Rocks and minerals 4 Weathering 5 Soil formation factors and processes – Components of soils 6 Soil profile 7 Soil physical properties – Soil texture – Textural classes – Particle File Size: 8MB.
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This book provides a cross-disciplinary overview of permafrost and the carbon cycle by introducing the geographical distribution of permafrost focused on the distribution of permafrost and its soil carbon reservoirs, soil carbon accumulation and decomposition mechanisms.
Ramann (7, 8) writes: "The soil is the upper weathering layer of the solid earth crust." This definition is scientific in the sense that no reference is made to crop production or to any other utilitarian motive. Joffe (5), a representative of the Russian school of soil science, objects to Ramann's formulation on the grounds that it does not.
Although the Russian geographer Vasilii Vasilevich Dokuchaev () is widely considered as the founder of soil science on the basis of his book “Russian Chernozem” of which discussed soil formation as a function of the factors climate, parent material, organism, relief and time, a close examination of historical records would.
This is an excellent book for the earth science student with detailed examinations of the physical and chemical nature of the soil. However, it does presuppose an knowledge of soil and its properties, as well as assuming the reader has a well founded knowledge /5(4).Evaluation of respiration of Russian soils.
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