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Soil Science Archive (1937 to 1972)
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Soil Science Archive (1937 to 1972)

Publisher: CAB International
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A solid backfile of CAB's Soil Science Database available as a one-time purchase for perpetual access on the Ovid platform.

The archive contains in-depth information - published between 1938 and 1972 - on soils, water, fertilizer, and land management. It provides an ideal source for professionals and students requiring an international - and historical - perspective on the wealth of information available on soils.

  • Platform:
    Ovid
  • Publisher: CAB International
  • Product Type: Database
  • Specialty:
    Soil Science
  • Language: English
  • Data Type: Bibliographic with Abstracts
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