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Soil organic matter recovery in semiarid grasslands: Implications for the conservation reserve program
Towards a sustainable natural resource management of tribal communities: Findings from a study of swidden and wetland cultivation in remote hill regions of eastern India
Deforestation and land-use effects on soil degradation and rehabilitation in western Nigeria. III. Runoff, soil erosion and nutrient loss
This map service is an information surface representing the amount of available water storage (AWS) that is available to plants in the top 50cm (1.64 Feet) of soil. Available Water Storage (AWS) is expressed as centimeters of water, reported as the average of all components in the map unit. AWS is calculated from AWC (Available Water Capacity) which is commonly estimated as the difference between the water contents at 1/10 or 1/3 bar (field capacity) and 15 bars (permanent wilting point) tension, and adjusted for salinity and fragments. Available Water Storage (AWS) surfaces are available through arcgis.com for four soil depths, 25, 50, 100, and 150 centimeters from the surface of the soil. They are available...
Contamination of Soil and Plants with Potentially Toxic Elements Irrigated with Mixed Industrial Effluent and its Impact on the Environment
Human-environment interactions in agricultural land use in a South China's wetland region: A study on the Zhujiang Delta in the Holocene