‘Dig It!’ Exhibit Visits North Carolina Natural Science Museum
A DAY IN THE LIFE
A Day in the Life of Vimala Nair
Soils and Health: Closing the Soil Knowledge Gap
PROFILES IN HISTORY
Profiles in History
Hooked! Seductive Details in Soil Science
Soil Horizons to Cease Publication
Increasing financial pressures, declining submissions and readership have led the SSSA Board to make the difficult decision to discontinue publication of Soil Horizons. The final issue will be the November–December 2015 issue. Submissions will be accepted through September 15, 2015. All content from 1960 through the final article will remain available in the ACSESS Digital Library and will be fully searchable. Read more.
Soil Horizons' aim is to share the importance of soil science with a larger audience. It features stories celebrating the diversity and critical impact of soil scientists and their work. Soil Horizons also serves as an outlet for the publication of peerreviewed papers on global issues and solutions in the study of soils, along with emerging challenges, ideas, unique field experiences, and findings. But these papers may break from the traditional to explore everything from case studies as examples of a larger issue, to experiential papers with implications for further study or changes in practice.
Current issue pdf: July-August 2015
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