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When it comes to change, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has got it covered. The online exhibitions of their "Forces of Change" series covers the current changes the world is facing, from sky to soil...
The Natural Resources Conservation Service provides an array of materials to assist people with their understanding of soils. Through an online presentation, users can learn ten key points about soil characteristics and...
Since its inception over a half century ago, the Soil Association has "been working to raise awareness about the positive health and environmental benefits of organic food and farming and supporting farmers in producing...
The website is setup to provide general information about soil liquefaction for interested lay persons, and more detailed information for engineers. Information includes what is soil liquefaction, why does it occur,...
The Soil Liquefication Website, from the University of Washington, is designed for both the novice and the expert of soil liquefaction which is "a phenomenon in which the strength and stiffness of a soil is reduced by...
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