THE PLACE OF HUMANS IN THE STATE FACTOR THEORY OF ECOSYSTEMS AND THEIR SOILS

@article{Amundson1991THEPO,
  title={THE PLACE OF HUMANS IN THE STATE FACTOR THEORY OF ECOSYSTEMS AND THEIR SOILS},
  author={R. Amundson and H. Jenny},
  journal={Soil Science},
  year={1991},
  volume={151},
  pages={99–109}
}
  • R. Amundson, H. Jenny
  • Published 1991
  • Chemistry
  • Soil Science
  • Landscapes and their soils often are studied and described by the clorpt equation of the state factor theory. It links properties of animals, plants, and soils to the factors climate (cl), organism (o), topography (r), parent material (p) and time (t) or age of an ecosystem. Humans are implicitly contained in the organism factor o, and this study attempts to conceptualize explicitly the role of humans as a state factor in ecosystem study. After a brief exposition of state factors and their… CONTINUE READING
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