The interdisciplinary nature of SOIL

@inproceedings{Brevik2015TheIN,
  title={The interdisciplinary nature of SOIL},
  author={Eric c. Brevik and Artemio Cerda and Jorge Mataix-Solera and Lily L. Pereg and John Norman Quinton and Joren Six and Kristof Van Oost},
  year={2015}
}
The holistic study of soils requires an interdisciplinary approach involving biologists, chemists, geologists, and physicists, amongst others, something that has been true from the earliest days of the field. In more recent years this list has grown to include anthropologists, economists, engineers, medical professionals, military professionals, sociologists, and even artists. This approach has been strengthened and reinforced as current research continues to use experts trained in both soil… CONTINUE READING
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