The new edition meets the needs of today's ecologically- and environmentally-oriented students, emphasizing the ecological aspects of forest soils.
• Includes elements from Dr. Binkley's 1986 Wiley book, Forest Nutrition Management.
• Reflects the change in emphasis from production forestry to ecology and environmental concerns.
• Unites two strong publishing areasforestry and soil science.
|Product dimensions:||6.35(w) x 9.55(h) x 1.28(d)|
Table of Contents
Forest Soils and Vegetation Development.
Soils of the Major Forest Biomes.
Physical Properties of Forest Soils.
Soil Chemistry and Nutrient Uptake.
Biology of Forest Soils.
Soil Organic Matter.
Soils and Roots.
Forest Soil Classification.
Nutrition Management: Nutrient Limitations.
Nutrition Management: Fertilization.
Nutrition Management: Biological Nitrogen Fixation.
Forest Soil Management.
Long-Term Soil Productivity.