Soil Science Society of America Journal
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Soils are a fundamental resource impacted by climate change, management and disturbance. The Soil Science Society of America Journal supports a comprehensive venue for interdisciplinary soil scientists, biogeochemists and agronomists to address these issues. The journal invites contributions on broad topics in soil science, soils and production agriculture, and ecosystem processes and the environment. Fundamental soil research areas include physics, chemistry, mineralogy, biology and biochemistry and pedology. The agricultural soils production research areas include soil fertility management, soil and plant nutrition analysis and soil water management. The ecosystem processes and environment research areas include forest, range and wildland soils, urban and anthropogenic soils, and wetland soils.
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Online ISSN: 1435-0661 Print ISSN: 0361-5995