Australian Laboratory Handbook of Soil and Water Chemical Methods

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Inkata Press, 1992 - Soils - 330 pages
Volume 3 of a three-volume set of Australian Soil and Land Survey Handbooks for the practising chemist/analyst, setting out guidelines for the survey of components of land resources. It is designed to minimise the effect of such variables in surveying as the choice of analytical methods, quality of field sampling, preservation of samples, etc, and to promote standardisation of soil and water analysis.

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Great book for soil chemical methods for Australia. Worthwhile updating to the newest edition (Rayment and Lyons 2010) which includes new and updated methods. Does not include physical or biological methods of soil analysis. Unlike the SSSA soil chemical methods book, this one also does not have a large amount of critical method review. It is mainly a procedures book. 

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Contents

SAMPLING AND SAMPLE PREPARATION
7
ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY
15
SOLUBLE CHLORIDE
24
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