Soil geography: a subject transformed

@article{Bridges1981SoilGA,
  title={Soil geography: a subject transformed},
  author={E. M. Bridges.},
  journal={Progress in Physical Geography},
  year={1981},
  volume={5},
  pages={398 - 407}
}
  • E. M. Bridges.
  • Published 1 September 1981
  • Geography
  • Progress in Physical Geography
course of studies offered by most university or college departments of geography or soil science. During the last 10 years, and almost ’a century after Dokuchaev proclaimed the dictum of the soil as an independent natural body, soil geography has been transformed from a brief description of great soil groups of the world into a new discipline with a systematic approach to a vast new store of information with many valuable practical applications. The aim of soil geography is to record and… 
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