edaphology


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edaphology

(ˌɛdəˈfɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Physical Geography) the study of the influence of soil on living things, esp plants

edaphology

pedology.
See also: Soil
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édaphologie
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Pal DK, Wani SP, Sahrawat KL (2012a) Vertisols of tropical Indian environments: Pedology and edaphology.
The Edaphology of Tree Species in Presettlement Indiana South of the Late Wisconsin Glacial Border.
By force of this ruling, the curricula had to include the following courses in the field of geography: dynamic geology, oceanography, hydrology, meteorology, edaphology, botanical geography, zoogeography, geochemistry, geomorphology, application of physical geography to cartography, geomorphological mapping, methods of field geographical-cartographic investigations, methodology of social geography, general and economic statistics, elements of demography, ethnology, social geography of the capitalistic world, geography of the international division of labor, methodology of regional geography, social geographical mapping, and history of geography (RGAE, Fond 8223, opis' 1, # 414, sheets 9-20).