Pochvovedenie

Pochvovedenie

 

(Soil Science), the monthly journal of the section of chemical-technological and biological sciences of the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Pochvovede-nie is published in Moscow, where it was founded in 1899 by V. V. Ototskii, one of the closest students and colleagues of V. V. Dokuchaev. Publication was interrupted in 1917 and resumed in 1924. The journal is intended for soil scientists, geographers, geobotanists, hydrologists, land reclaimers, agronomists, agricultural chemists, and agricultural and silvicultural specialists. It discusses matters of current concern in the USSR and abroad. Circulation, 4,800 (1977).

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Bogatyrev, "Litter formation is one of the most important processes in forest ecosystems," Pochvovedenie, no.
Perminova, "The structure of humic acids of zonal soils according to C-13 NMR spectroscopy data," Pochvovedenie, no.
(7) Thus what was true with regard to terminology also applied to theories and methods: pochvovedenie was becoming extremely influential on the international stage.
My analysis reveals the high degree of cooperative work that was undertaken by Russian and non-Russian (mostly German and American) scientists to bring the ideas of pochvovedenie into international circulation.
Besides the circulation of translated texts, joint field trips by Russian and non-Russian scientists also furthered the dissemination of pochvovedenie. One particular example--a field trip through North America following a congress in 1927--is analyzed in depth here.
In commemoration of John's 85th birthday, our Russian soils colleagues paid tribute to John in the English translation of Pochvovedenie (Editorial Board, 2004), which also included John's summary paper on polar desert soils (Tedrow, 2004).
Ivanova, E.N.: 1971, Soils of Central Yakutia, Pochvovedenie., No.
A.: 1991, Some Theoretical Results and Problems of Soil Studies in East Siberia and the Far East, Pochvovedenie., No.
Elemental composition of different fractions of the sapropel organic matter, Pochvovedenie (9): 1083-1085.
Tyurin's scheme // Pochvovedenie (Soviet Soil Science).