2 edition of Mineralogical investigations in soil science [by] E.I. Parfenova nnd E.A. Yarilova. found in the catalog.
Mineralogical investigations in soil science [by] E.I. Parfenova nnd E.A. Yarilova.
Elena Ivanovna Parfenova
|Contributions||IArilova, Ekaterina Arsen"evna,, Key, C. A,, Akademii︠a︡ nauk SSSR.|
|LC Classifications||S591 P3713|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||178|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Parfenova, Elena Ivanovna. Mineralogical investigations in soil science. Jerusalem, Israel Program for Scientific Translations; [available from the U.S.
Dept. of Commerce, Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va.] Some bioliths are derived from soil parent material; others enter the soil during its development. Consequently, there are important differences in the diagnostic value of specific bioliths as criteria for determining the nature and history of the soil.
Parfenova, E. I., and Yarilova, E. A., Mineralogical investigations in soil. At the occasion of the seventieth anniversary of his book “Micropedology” E. Parfenova and E. Yarilova, Mineralogical Investigations in Soil Science.
Israel Programme for Scientific Translations (Moskva, ; Jerusalem, ), p. Cited by: 6. This chapter discusses micromorphology as a tool in soil and regolith studies. The aim of micropedology is to contribute to solving problems related to the genesis, classification, and management of soils, including soil characterization in palaeopedology and by: Mineralogical Investigations in Soil Science.
Transl. by Israel Programme for Scientific Translations E I Parfenova; E A Yarilova; This book is a valuable resource to help geologists Author: Georges Stoops. This means that the investigations should be carried out on undisturbed (and mostly naturally oriented) soil samples, in contrast to the other analytical methods used in soil science (e.g., mineralogical, chemical and physical analyses) requiring mostly a mixing, crushing, solubilization or.
Soil resilience has recently been introduced into soil science to address sustainability of the soil resource and to combat soil degradation.
The concept of soil resilience and its relationship to soil quality have not been well defined or well developed. The main objectives of this paper are to clarify the concept of soil resilience and its relationship to soil quality and to present a. Frank-Kamenetskii, V. A., Rentgenograficheskii metod izuchenii glin [The investigation of clays by means of X-rays].
In Issledovanie i Ispolzovanie Glin [The Investigation and Utilization of Clays]. Bobrovnik, ed., p. Cited by: 3.
Dan (Hardy) Yaalon: Pedologist and Soil Scientist, – May Earth sciences history: journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society Volume 33(1)Author: Danny Itkin. ment of Crop and Soil Science. Soluble A1 was mea- sured on the extract to detect for potential contempo- raneous aluminosilicate dissolution (this was not done in the previous study by Schroeder and Pruett ).
Major oxide analyses of both the treated and un. E A Yarilova Yarilova EA () The role of lithophilous lichens in the weathering of solid rocks (Rol' litofil'nykh lishainikov v vyvetrivanii massivno-kristallicheskekh porod) Soil Sci.
l porosity, effective air-filled porosity, and air permeability). Undisturbed soil cores were sampled at two depths ( and m) in a long-term soil compaction experiment in southern Sweden 14 years after its establishment. Persistence of subsoil compaction was detectable by CT-estimated soil matrix density, bulk density, and total porosity.
Vertical distribution of CT-estimated air-filled. Clay coating formation due to neoformation of clay was a widely accepted explanation amongst early Russian micromorphologists (e.g. Parfenova & Yarilova, ).This presumed a complete decay of minerals in the groundmass, setting free silicium, aluminium or Cited by: Clay coating formation due to neoformation of clay - first proposed by Polynov () - was a widely accepted explanation amongst early Russian micromorphologists (e.g., Parfenova & Yarilova, ).
This presumed a complete decay of minerals in the groundmass, setting free silicium, aluminium or iron oxides, which moved slowly down the by: Soil Science Society of American Proceedi – Esser KB () X-ray diffraction indices for relative quantification of interlayering in phyllosilicates.
Soil Science Society of America Jour – Esser KB, Bockheim JG, Helmke PA () Mineral Cited by: Apache/ (Ubuntu) Server at Port Soil Science Society of America Journal Abstract - DIVISION SNUTRIENT MANAGEMENT & SOIL & PLANT ANALYSIS Phosphorus Forms and Concentrations in Leachate under Four Grassland Soil Types View My Binders.
This article in SSSAJ. Vol. 64 No. 3, p. Received: Mineralogical composition of glacial materials as a factor in the morphology and genesis of some Podzol, Gray Wooded, Gray‐Brown Podzolic and Humic‐Gley soils in Michigan.
Soil. The roots of soil micromorphology in Russia are inseparably connected with mineralogical studies. The development of soil micromorphology as a specific field of soil science was greatly affected by the works of W.
Kubiena and R. Brewer. In the s, centers for micromorphological studies appeared in many research and educational by: 2. The roots of soil micromorphology in Russia are inseparably connected with mineralogical studies. The development of soil micromorphology as a specific field of soil science was greatly affected.
Chalcedony is a microcrystalline variety of quartz that has a fibrous morphology ().It is most commonly length-fast, implying that the fibres are elongated perpendicular to the c-axis of quartz (e.g. Graetsch, ).Length-slow chalcedony, composed of fibres elongated parallel to the c-axis (e.g.
Miehe et al., ), is more rare and has been related to conditions with high alkalinity (e.g Cited by: 9.Biogenic siliceous features are various forms of silica produced by organisms.
The most common types of biogenic silica are phytoliths, diatom frustules, sponge spicules and testate amoeba shells. Parfenova, E.I. & Yarilova, E.A., Mineralogical Investigations in Soil Science. Israel Program of Scientific Translations, Jerusalem, p Author: Danuta Kaczorek, Luc Vrydaghs, Yannick Devos, Akos Petö, William R.
Effland, Georges Stoops, Vera Ma.N. P. Chizhikova, " Problems of genetic interpretation of data on the mineralogical composition of the clay fraction of soils, " in Problems of Soil Science (Nauka, Moscow, ), pp.