Courses Catalogue

Soil Science

COURSE CODE: ENV1103
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 4
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Environmental Management, Bsc
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: School of Natural and Applied Sciences
STATUS: Core
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

READING MATERIALS / LIST

 

  1. Bernard J. N.,et al 1996. Environmental science. 5th edition. PRENTICE-HALL.Inc.UK. P 211
  2. Eldon D., Enger, et al 1989. Environmental science: The study of interrelationships. 3rd edition. W.M.C.Brown publishers, P 190-215
  3. Enger Smith et al 1998. Environmental science: A study of interrelationships. 6th edition. McGrawhill publications, UK, P 241
  4. Jasbir, Sigh 1994. Agricultural geography. 2nd edition. John wiley and sons ltd.
  5. Peter C.,1998. The encyclopaedia of ecology and environmental management. 5th edition, w.m.c. Brown publishers.
  6. Sachs, Paul D. 1999. Edaphos: Dynamics of a Natural Soil System, 2nd edition. The Edaphic Press. Newbury, VT. 197 p.
  7. Gantzer, C.J., S.H. Anderson, A.L. Thompson, and J.R. Brown.  1991.  Evaluation of soil loss after 100 years of soil and crop management.  Agronomy Journal.  Vol. 83.  p. 74-77.
  8. Troeh, F.R., Hobbs, J.A. and Donahue, R.L.  1991.  Soil and Water Conservation.   Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
  9. Boyle, M., W.T. Frankenberger, Jr., and L.H. Stolzy.  1989.  The influence of organic matter on soil aggregation and water infiltration.  Journal of Production  Agriculture.  Vol. 2.  p. 209-299
  10. Tisdale, S.L., W.L. Nelson, and J.D. Beaton.  1985.  Soil Fertility and Fertilizers, 4th Edition.  Macmillian Publishing Company, New York, NY.  754 p.