Tuesday, 11 July 2006: 8:00 AM-10:00 AM
Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A, Theater 3, Second Floor
28: 1.2A Spatial, Societal and Environmental Aspects of Pedodiversity - Theater
Presiding:Jonathan Phillips, Univeristy of Kentucky
Convenor:Robin Thwaites, Queensland University of Technology
The Effect of Classification on Soil Richness-Area Relationships.
Jonathan D. Phillips, Tobacco Road Research Team
Unique and Rare Kinds of Soils on Samarskaya Luka (Middle Volga, Russian Plain).
Evgeniy V. Abakumov, Saint-Petersburg State University, Elvira I. Gagarina, Saint-Petersburg State University, Natalia A. Rudenko, Saint-Petersburg State University
Pedodiversity and its Application in Geoecological Systems.
Robin N. Thwaites, School of Natural Resource Sciences, Brian Slater, School of Natural Resources
Regional Pedodiversity Dynamic Change and Its Implication to the Evolvement of Soil Spatial Patterns under the Intensive Urbanization Process.
Xuelei Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Yanci Sun, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Manzhi Tan, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Jie Chen, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Soil Regions of the European Union and Adjacent Countries 1 : 5,000,000.
Reinhard Hartwich, BGR, Rainer Baritz, Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), Wolf Eckelmann, BGR, Stefanie Thiele, BGR
Investigation of Relationships between Soil Chemical and Physical Properties in Relation to Forest Types and Topographic Conditions in North of Iran.
Ali Salehi Sr., Guilan University, Ghavamodin Zahedi Amiri Sr., Tehran Univ
A Compendium of Data on Salt-Affected Soils of Russia: New Monograph and Maps.
Ye.I. Pankova, Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, A.F. Novikova, Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, G.I. Chernousenko, Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, I.A. Yamnova, Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, Maria V. Gabchenko, Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute

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