Progress in Soil Science series publishes books that contain novel approaches in soil science in its broadest sense – books in the series should focus on true progress in a particular area of the soil science discipline. The scope of the series is to publish books that enhance the understanding of the functioning and diversity of soils in all parts of the globe. The series includes multidisciplinary approaches to soil studies and welcomes contributions of all soil science subdisciplines. Key themes: soil science - soil genesis, geography and classification - soil chemistry, soil physics, soil biology, soil mineralogy - soil fertility and plant nutrition - soil and water conservation - pedometrics - digital soil mapping - proximal soil sensing - soils and land use change - global soil change - natural resources and the environment. Submit a proposal: Proposals for the series will be considered by the Series Editors. An initial author/editor questionnaire and instructions for authors can be obtained from the Publisher, Dr. Robert K. Doe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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