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Environmental Soil Physics: Fundamentals, Applications, and Environmental Considerations

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SOIL 7305: Environmental Soil Physics

Environmental Soil Physics defines and describes the dynamic cycles of energy, water, solids, solutes, mineral, gases, and living organisms in the soil. It is self-contained and self-explanatory, with numerous illustrations and sample problems, up-to-date references, and relevance to real-world conditions. Key Features: explores the wide range of interactions among the phases in the soil and the dynamic interconnections of the soil with the subterranean and atmospheric domains; draws attention to historical and contemporary issues concerning the human management of soil and water resources; directs readers toward solution of practical problems in terrestrial ecology, field-scale hydrology, agronomy, and civil engineering; and incorporates contributions by leading scientists in the areas of spatial variability, soil remediation, and the inclusion of land-surface processes in global climate models.

Environmental Soil Physics defines and describes the dynamic cycles of energy, water, solids, solutes, mineral, gases, and living organisms in the soil. It is self-contained and self-explanatory, with numerous illustrations and sample problems, up-to-date references, and relevance to real-world conditions. Key Features: explores the wide range of ...

SOIL 7306: Environmental Soil Physics Laboratory

Environmental Soil Physics
Daniel Hillel
No preview available - 1998

SOIL 9407: Advanced Environmental Soil Physics

Environmental Soil Physics is a completely updated and modified edition of the Daniel Hillels previous, successful books, Introduction to Soil Physics and Fundamentals of Soil Physics. Hillel is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, one of the true leaders in the field of environmental sciences. The new version includes a chapter and problems on computational techniques, addresses current environmental concerns and trends.

Physical properties and processes of soils play important roles in their use for agricultural, environmental and engineering purposes. (Environmental Soil Physics) is involved with teaching and research in the areas of soil physics and waste management. His areas of interest are water flow, pollutant transport, and development of equipment and procedures for measuring soil physical and hydrological properties. Specifically, he is interested in developing techniques as well as providing training to allow professionals to evaluate and use sites for various purposes, ranging from wastewater management to engineering projects.