An examination of new information and ideas which have developed on soil and vegetation systems, including sections on the effects of acid rain and nutrient cycling. The author has simplified the models used in the first edition and updated the ideas and testing of models against available data.
A revised edition taking into account new information and ideas on soil and vegetation systems which have developed since the first edition was published. There are new sections on the effects of acid rain and nutrient cycling and a chapter updating the ideas and testing of models against available data. The author balances theory and interpretation with example and illustration.
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Part 1 Basic approaches: systems modelling of soil and vegetation. Part 2 Nutrient systems - components: basic models of soil and vegetation nutrient systems; the weathering input; the atmospheric input; the leaching output; nutrient cycling. Part 3 Nutrient systems - models of whole systems: models of input, output and cycling in whole systems; models of stability and change in whole systems; conclusions - a sense of the problem.
Soil and Vegetation Systems by S.T. Trudgill
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