- Print ISBN 9780121797263
- Electronic ISBN 9780080472812
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- © 2004
- 19th July 2004
- Academic Press
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-P.B.H. Tinker, in EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE, VOL. 41, 2005
""...a very well written and organized book, with its major strength in stating the various topics as 'state of the art,' along with the authors' visions for the near future of soil ecology.""
-Hector Causarano, Auburn University, in VADOSE ZONE JOURNAL, 2005
""This updated and expanded edition will be useful as a textbook for students of soil ecology and scientists doing research in this field.""
""This book, with new material and updates to the first edition, delineates more than any other single source, the subject matter and key questions in the field. It provides a wide ranging and, in nearly all cases, a thorough and up-to-date synthesis of both older and recent literature. The writing is erudite, yet with a clear and easy style, sprinkled with anecdotes that make for an engaging read...this is an excellent reference work for soil scientists and ecologists. The style and structure of the book is somewhere between that of a traditional text book and a literature review/monograph. While basic concepts and core knowledge are well laid out, the reader is invited to explore many diverse and sometime contradictory finding and to make their own interpretations and conclusions. Hence, the book is well suited as a thought provoking text for graduate students and as an essential desk reference for the working scientist in the field.""
- Keith Paustian, Colorado State University, in AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS
""...this book by Coleman, Crossley, and Hendrix is an eye-opener and a fascinating journey...Very simple and distinct illustrations further enhance the pr