spectrochemical analysis of soils, plants and related materials, with addendum. by R. L Mitchell

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tion. Derelict soils occur where industrial contamination or other development activity damages the soil to such a degree that the land cannot be used safely or productively. The analysis of soils is an excellent measure of soil fertility.

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