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Title The soils of Turkey / Selim Kapur, Erhan Akça, Hikmet Günal, editors.

Published Cham : Springer, ©2018.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series World soils book series, 2211-1263
World soils book series.
Springer Earth and Environmental Science eBooks 2018 English+International
Contents Preface; Contents; Contributors; 1 Historical Perspective of Soil Research in Turkey; 1 Introduction; 2 Soil Research by Relevant Topics; 2.1 Soil Survey Studies and Spatial Analyses; 2.2 Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition; 2.3 Soil/Land and Water Management and Conservation; 2.4 Soil Mineralogy and Micromorphology; 2.5 Soil Microbiology; 3 Governmental Bodies; 3.1 State Universities; 3.2 Agricultural Research Centers; 3.3 State Hydraulic Works (DSİ -Devlet Su İşleri- Turkish Acronym); 3.4 Soil-Water General Directorate (TOPRAKSU-Turkish Acronym).
3.5 Central Research Institute for Soil, Fertilizers and Water Resources3.6 General Directorate of Agricultural Research and Policies (GDARP); 3.7 General Directorate of Agricultural Reform (GDAR); 4 Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs); 4.1 The Turkish Foundation for Combating Soil Erosion, for Reforestation and the Protection of Natural Habitats (TEMA); 4.2 The Soil Science Society of Turkey (SSST); References; 2 Vegetation; 1 Introduction; 2 The Forests of Turkey; 2.1 Forests of the Black Sea Region; 2.1.1 The Eastern Black Sea Subregion; 2.1.2 The Central Black Sea Region.
2.1.3 The Western Black Sea Subregion2.1.4 The Coastal Belt of the Marmara Subregion; 2.2 The Marmara Transitional Region; 2.2.1 The Broad-Leaved Deciduous Forests; 2.2.2 The P. Brutia and Quercus Forests; 2.3 The Mediterranean and Aegean Phytogeographical Region; 2.3.1 Shrub (Maquis and Garrigue) Formation; 2.3.2 Maquis Vegetation; 2.3.3 Garrigue (Phrygana) Vegetation; 2.3.4 Forest Formations of the Mediterranean Region; 2.3.5 Mountain Forests of the Mediterranean Region; 2.4 The Forests of the Mediterranean Transitional Region; 2.4.1 Pinus Brutia, Cedrus Libani and Quercus Forests.
2.5 Central and Eastern Anatolian Regions2.5.1 Dry Forests; 2.5.2 Quercus Forests of Eastern Turkey; 2.5.3 Tall Steppe and Grass Vegetation; 2.6 The Southeastern Anatolian Region; 2.6.1 Pinus Brutia and Quercus Forests; 2.6.2 Pure Quercus Forests; References; 3 Climate; 1 Introduction; 2 Present Climate of Turkey; 2.1 The Climate Classification of the Region; 3 Future Climate of Turkey: Evolution of CMIP3/CMIP5 Models; 3.1 Dynamical Downscaling Using CMIP3 Models: Future Climate Projections; 3.2 Temperature and Precipitation; 3.3 Soil Moisture.
3.4 Drought Indices: Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI)4 Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; 4 Climate Change and Soils; 1 Introduction; 2 Soil Resources of Turkey; 3 Changes in Climatic Conditions; 4 Soil Climate Conditions; 5 Changes in Soil Processes by Climate Change and Human Intervention; 6 Impacts of Climate Change; 7 Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; 5 Geology; 1 Introduction; 2 Classification of the Tectonic Units; 3 The Istranca Terrane; 4 The İstanbul-Zonguldak Composite Terrane; 5 The Intra-Pontide Ophiolite Belt; 6 The Sakarya Composite Terrane.
Notes Includes index.
Summary This book compiles all available and relevant information concerning the soils of Turkey, including the soil survey studies conducted by universities and governmental institutes from the early 1950s until today. Recent findings and advances include the description and analyses of new profiles from some parts of the country by the chapter authors; reflecting the latest version of the World Reference Base (WRB) soil system, they produce a refined soil map. The book offers valuable guidance on soil management for planners of agricultural strategies, land management experts concerned with terrestrial carbon management (soil-sequestered and biomass carbon) and climate change mitigation, and educators concerned with raising awareness for the long-neglected significance of Turkey's soils.
Other author Kapur, S.
Akça, Erhan.
Günal, Hikmet.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Soils -- Turkey.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319643922 (electronic bk.)
3319643924 (electronic bk.)
3319643908
9783319643908
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-64392-2