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SUBJECT : Environmental Science and Technology
PUBLISHED ON : 01/10/13
NUMBER OF PAGES : ( 13 Pages)
PRICE : Rs 9.75

Soils are vital, fragile, finite natural resources that are essential for the sustained production of food and fiber. Soils, however, are subject to degradation and erosion when mismanaged. Between 1950 and 1993, grain area per person worldwide decreased from 0.58 to 0.33 acres (0.23 to 0.13 hectares). As human populations increase, soil resources are used more intensively, with increasing probability that many practices will lead to deterioration of the resource. Competition between agricultural uses and non-agricultural uses of land, such as support of structures, disposal of wastes, and growing plants for recreational and aesthetic purposes will increase.

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