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SSSAJ Research Highlights

10/9/2017

 

Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), a historically dominant species in the Pacific Northwest, is the primary tree harvested and re-planted throughout forested regions of...

9/15/2017

 

By better sharing of soil knowledge between people over a sustained period, we can improve soil condition and function, and improve soil management.

Soil scientists and...

8/21/2017

 

The Comprehensive Assessment of Soil Health (CASH) test has been offered since 2006 and provides a measurement of 15 physical, biological, and chemical soil properties. Measured...

7/24/2017

 

Despite the known connection between soil moisture and wildfire danger, measured soil moisture is conspicuously absent from the list of variables commonly used in wildfire danger...

7/10/2017

 

Although evidence of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil spill may not be visually obvious today, crude oil can still be found in Louisiana coastal marshes. Oil not initially...

7/7/2017

 

The connection between commercial N fertilizer and soil organic carbon is widely debated. In a recent article in the Soil Science Society of America Journal, researchers...

6/26/2017

 

Soil mapping identifies different soil types by compressing a unique suite of spatial patterns and processes across multiple spatial scales. It can be quite difficult to quantify...

6/12/2017

 

Agricultural production in the western U.S. is an important part of the global food supply. However, due to concerns over impacts of agricultural greenhouse gasses on the global...

5/31/2017

 

The transition point between capillary water and adsorbed water, which is defined as the critical point (included the critical matric potential and the critical water content) of...

5/5/2017

 

Restoring drained peatlands is considered a climate change mitigation action. However, mitigating effects of wetlands restored for agricultural production largely depends on...

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