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Cryosols [electronic resource] : Permafrost-Affected Soils

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Cryosols [electronic resource] : Permafrost-Affected Soils
Original Title Cryosols [electronic resource] : Permafrost-Affected Soils
Author Kimble, J. M. (John M.)
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Topics Environmental sciences, Geography, Ecology, Climatic changes, Soil conservation, Climatic changes, Ecology, Environmental sciences, Geography, Soil conservation
Publisher Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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Cryosols: Permafrost-Affected Soils
Author: John M. Kimbl
Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg
ISBN: 978-3-642-05856-1
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-662-06429-0

Table of Contents:

  • Soil Research in Arctic Alaska, Greenland, and Antarctica
  • The History of Research of Eurasian Cryosols
  • Northern Soil Research in Canada
  • Similarities and Differences in Arctic and Antarctic Soil Zones
  • Cryosols in Alaska
  • Cryosols of Arctic Canada
  • Cryosols of the Boreal, Subarctic, and Western Cordillera Regions of Canada
  • Cryosols in the Russian Arctic Archipelagos
  • Soils and Soil Cover of Northeastern Eurasia
  • Cryosols of the Russian European North
  • Cryosols of Western Siberia
  • Cryosols of the Mountains of Southern Siberia and Far Eastern Russia
  • Geography and Ecology of Cryogenic Soils of Mongolia
  • The Periglacial Environment and Distribution of Cryosols in China
  • Cryosols of the Arid Antarctic
  • The Soil Cover of Central Siberia
  • Physico-Chemical Processes in Cryogenic Soils
  • Micromorphology of Cryosols
  • The Thermal Regime of Cryosols
  • Cryosols in the Extremely Arid Transantarctic Mountains Region of Antarctica

The History of Research of Polar Soil — The Geography of Cryosols — Properties and Processes of Cryosols — Ecological Processes of Cryosols — Classification of Cryosols — Management and Use of Cryosols

Cryosols occupy a unique part of the earth and have properties greatly different from other soils. They also occur where the greatest impact of global warming is predicted. They have been studied extensively in Russia, Canada and in other regions. This is, however, the first book which brings together experts from all fields in order to focus on these unique soils. It will undoubtedly provide one of the best sources of information available about these soils

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