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From the Publisher"This book is by highly respected authors on a very active subject...it will give an excellent education on soil organisms and their general behavior."
-P.B.H. Tinker, in EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE, VOL. 41, 2005
"...a very well written and organized book, with its major strength in stating the various topics as 'state of the art,' along with the authors' visions for the near future of soil ecology."
-Hector Causarano, Auburn University, in VADOSE ZONE JOURNAL, 2005
"This updated and expanded edition will be useful as a textbook for students of soil ecology and scientists doing research in this field."
"The writing is erudite, yet with a clear and easy style, sprinkled with anecdotes that make for an engaging read...an excellent reference ."
- Keith Paustian, Colorado State University, in AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS
"...an eye-opener and a fascinating journey...This clarity is to be appreciated by every academic teacher and makes it fun reading."
- ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
"...an excellent introduction to the field of soil ecology and is essential reading for any student or researcher...I recommend this book strongly."
- Richard Bardgett, Institute of Environmental and Natural Sciences, Soil and Ecosystem Ecology Laboratory in Bioscience
"This book remains my choice of texts for students and would be recommended for anyone with an interest in soils..." - John Dighton, Director, Rutgers University Pinelands Field Station, U.S.A.
"[The authors] bring together the most recent information on soil science, soil zoology and ecology, in a comprehensive, well-written book." - Diana Wall, Professor and Director, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, U.S.A.
"This book provides a balanced and comprehensive perspective on the multi-disciplinary nature of soil ecology." - Deborah Neher, University of Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A.
"Fundamentals of Soil Ecology...is a thorough, well-researched presentation of current trends in soil ecology. I highly recommend this book." - Thomas L. Thompson, Professor of Soil Science, University of Arizona
"Students and ecosystem researchers will gain a greater understanding of the central roles that soils play in ecosystem development and function."
- in BOIS & FORETS DES TROPIQUES, 2005