Swartland and Sandveld – W.J. Talbot

R150.00

– A survey of land utilization and soil erosion in the Western Lowland of the Cape Province –

Virgin soils are traditionally fertile. Why do they become less fertile and more susceptible to erosion when misused? How are fertility, soil structure, erodibility interrelated ? When and where are erosion hazards greatest ? Why are the least obvious initial form of soil erosion most serious? These are some of the questions answered in lucid, ton-technical answers.

Price: R150.00

Edition: Second impression

Published: 1949

Publishers: Oxford University Press

Condition: Hardcover good condition with shelf wear and discolouration around the edges of the cover and top and bottom of the spine. Dust jacket in good condition with scuff marks around the edges – covered in a protective plastic cover. Very minor foxing and previous owner’s name on the end-papers, otherwise internally in very good condition – clean and tightly bound.

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– A survey of land utilization and soil erosion in the Western Lowland of the Cape Province –

Virgin soils are traditionally fertile. Why do they become less fertile and more susceptible to erosion when misused? How are fertility, soil structure, erodibility interrelated ? When and where are erosion hazards greatest ? Why are the least obvious initial form of soil erosion most serious? These are some of the questions answered in lucid, ton-technical answers.

Price: R150.00

Edition: Second impression

Published: 1949

Publishers: Oxford University Press

Condition: Hardcover good condition with shelf wear and discolouration around the edges of the cover and top and bottom of the spine. Dust jacket in good condition with scuff marks around the edges – covered in a protective plastic cover. Very minor foxing and previous owner’s name on the end-papers, otherwise internally in very good condition – clean and tightly bound.

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Weight 1.100 g