This is a page dedicated to dirt.
Not just any dirt, but the living soil that sustains life, especially ours.
Agricultural soils are a fragile resource and are being depleated
at a terrible rate. The acreage lost each year in this country alone is
staggering, especially considering how much is known about preventing
and controlling all types of erosion, how much is done trying to stop it
and all the engineering that goes into controlling our surface waters.
Soil erosion may even be the most serious threat to civilization known.
Ag. Soil Links
- Nat. Soil Erosion Lab
- Soil Conserv.Tech.
- CA Dept. of Conservation, Land Conservation
- Wind Erosion Models
- Wind Erosion Res. Unit
Sat. Imaging and GIS for Erosion Studies
GEO COOP, soils page
A.D. Tomlin Report
- USDA Nat. Res. Conserv. Serv.
- Ethiopian Erosion Control
- Nat.Soc.Consult. Soil Sci.
- SWCS Pubs.
- Eco-survey CA Vineyards
- Great Plains Eco. Biblio.
- Agronomy Links
- Organic Garden Tech.
- Earth Action
- Soil Science Servers
- Spectrophotometric Soil Classification
- Sustainable Agri.
- Cover Crops
- Dr. Hart, U. Wisc., Dept. Of Soil Sci.
- DSC Iowa
- Great Lakes Comm. Soil Erosion Proj.
- Soil Science Soc. Of Amer.
- Dirt, Whitney Farms
- U. Mich., Nat. Res. & Environ.
- Nilex Geotextiles
Utopia Springs Contents
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July 31, 1996 Updated Bimonthly