Soils, Society, and the Environment

Soil is a fragile, finite resource. How societies manage their soils can directly impact their environments and may even be a determining factor in the long-term success or failure of a society. Soils, Society and the Environment focuses mainly on soil as the primary source of food and fiber (such as cotton and wood). Growing plants in soil is the only known way to produce large quantities of these necessities, and the implications of that fact are profound. Includes a full-color poster with an investigative activity for students on back.
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Soil and Groundwater
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