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  • Introduction to Soil Chemistryby Alfred R. Conklin

    Wiley 2013; US$ 124.00

    ALFRED R. CONKLIN JR., PhD, is Professor of Agriculture and Soil at Wilmington College, where he teaches soil science, organic chemistry, and chemistry and the environment. He is also the International Director of the International Undergraduate Research Symposium. The recipient of three Fulbright Awards, Dr. Conklin has more than four decades of... more...

  • Field Samplingby Alfred R. Jr. Conklin

    CRC Press 2013; US$ 132.95

    INTRODUCTION TO FIELD SAMPLING Assessing the Sampling Needs Soil Water and Air Presampling Safety Sampling Statistics Modeling Sample Handling What is Present? Analytical Methods Traps Essential Units Definitions Other Ways of Sampling and Representing the Environment Global Positioning System (GPS) Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Conclusions... more...

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