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Proceedings of Symposium on Paddy Soils

  • Institute of Soil Science, Academia Sinica

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages N3-ix
  2. Plenary Session

  3. Section Session

    1. Properties

      1. Ding Chang-pu, Liu Zhi-guang
        Pages 251-254
      2. Kinjiro Kawase, Eizo Yokoyama
        Pages 296-301
      3. Zhang Shui-ming, Ma Xing-fa, Li Xun-guang
        Pages 302-305
      4. Yu De-fen, Yao Xian-liang
        Pages 311-315
      5. Zhang Bing-gang, Chen Zhi-xiong
        Pages 316-319
      6. John S. Waid, Azizah Chulan
        Pages 320-322
      7. Hao Wen-ying, Yao Hui-qin, Xu Yue-rong
        Pages 323-329
      8. Qiu Yuan-sheng, Zhou Shu-ping, Mo Xiao-zhen, You Chong-biao, Wang Da-si
        Pages 344-347
      9. Huang You-xing, Fang Guang-ru, Yan Yu-zhou, Wang Ting, Su Guo-feng
        Pages 356-362
      10. Liu Zhong-zhu, Chen Bing-huan, Song Wei
        Pages 363-368
      11. Yin Rui-ling, Hao Wen-ying
        Pages 369-374
    2. Genesis and Classification

About these proceedings

Introduction

China contributes a large part to rice production, one of the most important crops in the world. It is estimated that in China rice constitutes about half of the total food production, covering an area of about 30 % of \08 hectares of cultivated land of the whole country. Owing to the peculiar water regime, paddy soils possess quite different properties physically, chemically and biologically as compared with those of upland soils. Such properties have a conspicuous effect on fertility and management practice of paddy field. For the purpose of summing up the past work and opening up new prospects, a "Symposium on Paddy Soils" was organized under the auspices of Academia Sinica, held on October 19-24, 1980 in Nanjing, which was followed by a seven-day paddy soil excursion in the lower Changjiang Delta. In addition to 120 Chinese soil scientists, 56 guests coming from America, Asia, Europe and Oceania attended the symposium on invitation. A total of 110 papers were presented either orally or by poster. All these are collected and published in the present proceedings which we hope may be helpful to the scientific exchanges between soil scientists of China and other countries.

Keywords

Bodenfruchtbarkeit China /Acker- und Pflanzenbau China /Geologie Reisboden crops

Authors and affiliations

  • Institute of Soil Science, Academia Sinica
    • 1
  1. 1.BeijingThe People’s Republic of China

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-68141-7
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1981
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-68143-1
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-68141-7
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