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SSSAJ Research Highlights

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...

4/21/2017

 

Vernal pools are shallow ponds during the rainy season, but are completely dry in the summer. They are noted for their unique flora and fauna. Soils are critical to the hydrologic...

4/12/2017

 

Specialty crops like wine grapes thrive across a heterogeneous array of soils in California’s Mediterranean climate. In vineyards, alleys and vine rows are managed separately...

3/24/2017

 

Climate change has caused vegetation shifts in subarctic wetlands due to rising temperatures, precipitation, and soil thaw.  The resulting changes in soil chemistry from past...

3/8/2017

 

Soil erosion is a worldwide problem causing severe land degradation and surface water quality deterioration.  To effectively control soil erosion, distributed soil erosion...

2/27/2017

 

Four million metric tons of phosphate fertilizer are applied annually to U.S. agricultural soils, but less than 40% is taken up by most crops. AVAIL copolymer is a fertilizer...

1/30/2017

 

Reliable prediction of soil hydraulic characteristics is often required to assess soil and ground water contamination risk or soil remediation activities. Soil permeability to water...

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