STP 1162 is a unique collection of chemical analyses that can be used in agriculture as well as to define the chemical nature of the soil for an environmental evaluation.
Hoddinott K., O'Shay T.
Application of Soil Physical, Chemical, and Bioassay Methods to Coal Refuse
Gnanapragasam N., Lewis B., MacDonell M.
Soil Survey Laboratory Methods for Characterizing Physical and Chemical Properties and Mineralogy of Soils
Holzhey C., Kimble J., Knox E.
Application of Phosphorus Bioavailability Indices to Agricultural Runoff and Soils
Sharpley A., Smith S.
Factors Affecting the Soil Extraction and Preconcentration by C18 Solid-Phase Enrichment of Alachlor, Atrazine, and Atrazine Dealkylation Products
Sarong Sonon L., Schwab A., Splichal P.
Testing Soils for Metals with Emphasis on Cadmium in the Food Chain
Amistadi M., Baker D., Lotse E.
Determination of Lead and Cadmium in Soils, Sludges, and Fertilizers by an Ion- Exchange/Spectrophotometric Method
Anglin R., Bowden B., Brayton S., DeYong G., Heinzig M.
Heavy Metals Leachability from Municipal Compost
Bugbee G., Sawhney B., Stilwell D.
Predicting the Potential for Arsenic Contamination from Spent Gold Ore
Jenkins C., Luce R., Peterson E.
Utilization of the Baker Soil Test in Synthetic Soil Preparation for Reclamation of Coal Ash Disposal Sites
Amistadi M., Baker D., Senft J.
Neutralization Potential as an Assay of Alkalinity of Environmental Solids
Ammons J., Freeman J., Grube W.
Paper ID: STP1162-EB