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EPS 80
Dr. Steven Andrews
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Date Created: 09/11/16
EPS 80 NOTES    Lindbo ­ Know Soil, Know Life     Soil is life   Soil is called the pedosphere  Almost everything comes from soil   Soil also cleans water  Soil contains pockets of air and water   Made up of minerals, organic matter, water, and air           Additions are materials that are added into the soil such as leaf litter, atmospheric dust,  and rainfall     Losses included erosion, nutrients taken up by plants    Translocations involves materials moving from one location to another   Illuviation moves material INTO a zone, while eluviation is material EXITING    Transformations are a dynamic processes. For example leaves decomposing, rockers  weathering into soil. One thing can be transformed to another without additions of  materials.    Soil influences the biome  People’s demands for more land/supplies    Left off on page 10                           Wounding Earth’s Fragile Skin     Soil degradation ­ loss of topsoil, haiti is one of the hotspots where this occurs  Soil loss is not likely to be a major constraint to food security, but some places are too  poor to curb/overcome the damage  Luckily, we can do something about this ­ better soil management  A hotter world is likely to have less organic matter in soils                                                           


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