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  1. Fauna in Soil Ecosystems

    Recycling Processes, Nutrient Fluxes, and Agricultural Production

    Edited by Gero Benckiser

    Series: Books in Soils, Plants, and the Environment

    Offers an integrated presentation of the microbial, agronomic and recycling aspects of soil faunal potentials, emphasizing agricultural ecosystems and furnishing methods for modelling food webs. The text covers morphology, reproduction, abundances, basic requirements, competition, predation,...

    Published January 1st 1997 by CRC Press

  2. Northern Forested Wetlands Ecology and Management

    By Carl C. Trettin, Martin F. Jurgensen, David F. Grigal, Margaret R. Gale, John R. Jeglum

    Forested wetlands are a major component of northern landscapes, important both for their ecological functions and their socioeconomic values. Historically, these lands have been used for timber and fiber products, hunting, fishing, trapping, food gathering, and recreation. There are many questions...

    Published December 19th 1996 by CRC Press

  3. Chemical Sensitivity

    Tools, Diagnosis and Method of Treatment, Volume IV

    By William J. Rea

    This fourth and final volume of Chemical Sensitivity introduces and explains diagnostic and treatment practices that have been successfully used with thousands of chemically sensitive patients. Applications of various treatment methods are discussed, including:Heat depurationInjection...

    Published December 12th 1996 by CRC Press

  4. Manual of Biocorrosion

    By Hector A. Videla

    The Manual of Biocorrosion explains the microbiology, electrochemistry, and surface phenomena involved in biocorrosion and biofouling processes. Written primarily for non-specialists, the information in this manual is practical and offers a comprehensive look at the three components of biocorrosion...

    Published December 9th 1996 by CRC Press

  5. Manual of Physico-Chemical Analysis of Aquatic Sediments

    By Alena Mudroch, Jose M. Azcue, Paul Mudroch

    Because water is one of the most important life-supporting media on the planet, the quality of aquatic ecosystems is of great interest to the entire world population. One of the factors that greatly affects water quality is the condition of the underlying sediment layer. The Manual of...

    Published December 8th 1996 by CRC Press

  6. Soil Organic Matter in Temperate AgroecosystemsLong Term Experiments in North America

    By Eldor A. Paul, Keith H. Paustian, E. T. Elliott, C. Vernon Cole

    The presence - or absence - of soil organic matter (SOM) has important implications for agricultural productivity. It could also have significant implications for global climate due to its role as a source/sink of carbon. Therefore, it is important to understand the issues related to the...

    Published November 25th 1996 by CRC Press

  7. Reference Materials for Environmental Analysis

    By Raymond E. Clement

    When an environmental analysis is performed-for example, to determine the quality of water in a lake or to analyze contaminants in fish-it is necessary to have a standard reference against which to compare results.Reference Materials for Environmental Analysis covers standards for environmental...

    Published November 24th 1996 by CRC Press

  8. Botanical Pesticides in Agriculture

    By Anand Prakash, Jagadiswari Rao

    Due to the prohibitive cost of synthetic pesticides and the problems of environmental pollution caused by continuous use of these chemicals, there is a renewed interest in the use of botanicals for crop protection. Agricultural entomologists, nematologists, and pathologists the world over are now...

    Published November 17th 1996 by CRC Press

  9. Essential Environmental Science

    Methods and Techniques

    Edited by Simon Watts

    Essential Environmental Science brings together within a single volume the vast range of techniques, methods and basic tools necessary for the study of the environment. Environmental science has a massive area of operation, utilising the tools from a plethora of traditional sciences and social...

    Published November 6th 1996 by Routledge

  10. Chemical Exposure and Toxic Responses

    By Stephen K. Hall

    Providing material for practitioners and students alike, Chemical Exposure and Toxic Responses is a clear and straightforward presentation of industrial toxicology.Exposure to toxic chemicals is of major concern to health professionals. In recent years, the scope and importance of hazardous...

    Published October 20th 1996 by CRC Press