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By Pavel Krasilnikov, Ma. del Carmen Gutiérrez-Castorena, Robert J. Ahrens

Mexico is an in depth kingdom with an extremely complicated mosaic of landscapes. The soils of Mexico have nonetheless no longer been completely studied, and there are few guides to be had in this topic. This booklet presents a cutting-edge view on Mexican soils, their geographical distribution, their use and degradation. this can be a first try to provide a systematized attribute of the soil assets of Mexico. Land assets of the second-biggest financial system in Latin the US are severe for its sustainable improvement, and a requirement for enough soil info is excessive. the data contained inside of can be utilized for any soil-related study performed in Mexico and in neighboring nations. The publication contains special features of soils of all of the physiographic areas of Mexico with maps, images and explanatory schemes. The ebook relies at the stories of the authors in learn and soil survey, in addition to at the existent, ordinarily ‘grey’ literature on Mexican soils. The e-book is usually recommended for researchers and college readers, scholars of all degrees and decision-makers, operating within the sector of soil technology, environmental matters, Earth sciences, land administration and nature conservation.

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