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Workshop established the Northeastern Soil Monitoring CooperativeAuthor(s): Gregory B. Lawrence; Scott W. Bailey
Source: EOS Transactions of the Geophysical Union. 88(23): 247.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionEnvironmental monitoring is an essential tool for identifying changes in the biosphere. The need for environmental data has led to national programs to monitor atmospheric deposition, the composition and growth of forests, and the chemistry of lakes and streams in regions affected by acidic deposition. However, there has been no organized effort to monitor changes in soils despite their importance to agriculture, forests, wetlands, and water quality.
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CitationLawrence, Gregory B.; Bailey, Scott W. 2007. Workshop established the Northeastern Soil Monitoring Cooperative. EOS Transactions of the Geophysical Union. 88(23): 247.
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