SSSA Pedology Division


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Pedology is the scientific study of soils and their weathering profiles. 

Pedology is literally Soil Science. Pedologists examine how soils form due to the five soil forming factors (time, climate, parent material, topography, and organisms).  Pedologists, therefore, use a very comprehensive set of tools from multiple other disciplines (e.g. ecology, geology, archaeology, hydrology).  We collaborate with scientists from a wide variety of other scientific fields in order to understand how soils change in response to climate, human land use decisions, and ecosystem evolution.

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Pedology Division Presentation Guidelines

Tips for your Presentation
 

USDA Soils (Soil Survey) Links

Soil Science Partnerships

Soil Survey History Links

Education and Photos

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Recent Open Access Articles

Nitrous Oxide Fluxes and Soil Oxygen Dynamics of Soil Treated with Cow Urine
Jen Owens, Tim J. Clough, Johannes Laubach, John E. Hunt and Rodney T. Venterea
Apparent Stability and Subtle Change in Surface and Subsurface Soil Carbon and Nitrogen under a Long-Term Fertilizer Gradient
Sarah M. Collier, Matthew D. Ruark, Mack R. Naber, Todd W. Andraski and Michael D. Casler
Non-Legume Cover Crops Can Increase Non-Growing Season Nitrous Oxide Emissions
Ben W. Thomas, Xiying Hao, Francis J. Larney, Claudia Goyer, Martin H. Chantigny and Anaïs Charles

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We welcome donations to the Pedology Division enhancement funds. These funds are used to enhance division activities during the Annual Meeting. Thank you for your support!

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