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UDPLSC204Jeffrey FuhrmannFall

PLSC204 Chapter 1: The Soil Profile and Elements of Soil

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PLSC204 Chapter 2: Poisoned Waters

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The chesapeake bay is like the canary in the coal mine. Largest estuary in the country sixth of the east coast: average depth is 21 ft, making the bay
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PLSC204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.3: Cation-Exchange Capacity, Soil Ph, Ion

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Soils resist change in ph of soil solution - called buffering. Obtained by monitoring ph of solution as an acid or base is added in small increments. S
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PLSC204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Dust Bowl, Tex Thornton, Soil Conservation

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Steel plows could cut the heavy sod, prospects on southern plains seemed limitless. Some farmers gave up and moved on with their families, however thre
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PLSC204 Chapter 9.2: PLSC204 Chapter 9.2: Pools of Soil acidity

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Low ph defined as high concentration of h+ ions, aluminum also plays a high central role in soil acidity. Major constituent of most soil minerals - alu
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UDPLSC204Jeffrey FuhrmannFall

PLSC204 Chapter 9.1: PLSC204 Chapter 9.1: Soil Acidity, Alkalinity, Aridity, and Salinity

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Textbook chapter 9 - soil acidity, alkalinity, aridity, and salinity. Degree of soil acidity or alkalinity, ph, is a master variable - effects wide ran
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PLSC204 Chapter 2: Soil Formation

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PLSC204 Chapter 3: Soil Classification

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