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Soil Science Education and the “Age of Money”: Reflections and Concerns for the Near Future

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Baveye, P.C., Jacobson, A.R. Soil Science Education and the “Age of Money”: Reflections and Concerns for the Near Future. Water Air Soil Pollut 187, 1–4 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11270-007-9411-3

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