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It's a amazing idea, but everytime i test to use the application it crashes, and if i leave the application it logs out for some reason. It's not really friendly to use for example i can't add more than one interest at the same time. And i think the logo should change create it more friendly, add more blue and warm colors. But i do like this application and i hope you fix the bugs. :3
Biio seemed like a sturdy scooter. But it overheated and I went back to the shop to get a replacement. It also overheated after less than a mile of use. Advertising indicates max. weight 265 lbs and I am only 230lbs. When I had a chat with customer service, he indicated this product was designed for younger riders. Advertising is misleading. Took it back to shop and got my back. Not impressed with product.
I LOVE soil. Don’t ask me where it comes from, but I think I could have been a soil science major. I just love smelling it, having my hands in it and learning more and more about soil every year. This is not the huge textbook on the topic of soil. The authors are really necessary guys in the study of soil and I feel this is a amazing method to (no pun intended) dig into the topic of soil without feeling overwhelmed. Every zone a landscaper or gardener needs to understand about soil is covered here.
There are no page numbers included in this version, just kindle location, so if you are trying to use the digital ver for a class this may not be the book for you. I'm sure it's a amazing textbook, but the lack of page numbers created it useless for assigned reading.
The name betrays the content. For a non-science oriented person I was looking for a book that could explain, in easy terms, the science of soil. I did not search this to be the case in this book. After awhile of trying to decipher the science speak I gave up, and found Jeff Lowenfield three books on soil microbes, nutrients and fungi much more useful and readable. If you are a "science-y" type person this book would probably be good, but if you wish a book that explains these concepts in more easy terms and without complicated equations, this wouldn't be a amazing resource I don't think.
Of all the books I have purchased for school, this is by far the most expensive. Undeniably, it is also one of the most useful and well created books I have ever owned too. It includes attractive color photographs and charts that will support the reader understand soil though a amazing book, I traded it in because it is not amazing enough for daily reference. It is set up for instruction not for reference. Also, the book includes a lot of vaguely worded practice issues that were of zero help. Nevertheless, if you take a soil class and this book you will not be disappointed. Then, you can exclaim in a George C. Scott style voice, "Plaster, you Magnificent Professor, I Read your Book!"
Professor Donald L. Sparks has managed to write an perfect and up-to-date book on necessary subjects similar to environmental soil chemistry. The book covers all the essential topics required for an in-depth understanding of all the complex soil processes that control the fate and transport of both inorganic and organic contaminants in the environment. The book also contains amazing descriptions of state-of-the-art instrumentations used in environmental soil chemistry such as synchrotron radiation-based X-ray techniques. I use this book in my course entitled "Soil and Environmental Chemistry" and the book has the excellent length for a one semester course and the students like it. I can highly recommend this book for both undergraduate and graduate students as well as professionals.Dr. Thomas BorchAssistant Professor of Environmental Soil ChemistryDepartment of Soil and Crop SciencesColorado State UniversityFort Collins, Colorado 80523, USA
This book can be judged by its cover!This book is not frivolous with content. It does a reasonable job of presenting content that is relevant. It should be stated that it is weighted toward "Soil Taxonomy" (the US soil classification system). Learners and instructors of other systems may have need(s) to augment the text with the particulars of another classification systems details, if comparison and contrasts are warranted, or if another classification system is the basic r my uses, this text is the best that can be purchased as a supporting text used in an advanced soil course that has a signifiant amount of genesis and classification learning objectives.
I like text books where the author or authors write in a natural manner, so I graded this book as average as it doesn't flow smoothly. This book is very dry. I've had books on math that were written more smoothly, which is terribly difficult to do. Well, at least the book presents the facts necessary.
Amazing application and would save time as well. Especially for people abroad. I tried few times by selecting various fingers but i got notice that I'm not in citizenship database. How is this possible while i have my NICOP as well. Looks like an problem with aap and I'm not sure how to with it. Three stars for now.
I'm not really the intended audience of this book, being a home gardener rather than a student, but I enjoyed it just the same. The book is much easier to read than I expected, with plenty of white zone and pictures to create it simple on the eyes. I was interested to see the inclusion of subjects like town gardening, an in-depth look at animal manures, and even a cameo appearance of permaculture in addition to the basics that you'd expect.But the heart of the book, of course, is a look at what makes soil do its job, and that part of the book really helped fill in a lot of gaps in my education. I'm confident I'll create better choices in the garden now with this book's info under my belt. Yes, I would have preferred not to $180 for a used copy of a book, but none of the soil books geared to laymen that I've read so far have been worth their salt. So I guess a textbook is worth the higher if it really delivers.
I had to this book for a Soil Science class. I think it does a amazing job of covering a wide range of subjects having to do with soil science. Some of the more chemistry-oriented chapters are hard to follow. I know the section on clay micelles was particularly painful for me. But that's not really the textbook's fault, is it? Chances are, if you're buying this book you're doing it because it's needed for a class, so it's not like my review is going to create much of a difference anyway.