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書名 Changes in paddy soil fertility in tropical Asia under Green Revolution : from the 1960s to the 2010s / edited by Junta Yanai, Sota Tanaka, Shin Abe, Atsushi Nakao
出版項 Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2022
國際標準書號 9789811654251 (electronic bk.)
9789811654244 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-981-16-5425-1 doi
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說明 1 online resource (xi, 246 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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附註 Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Materials and Methods -- Chapter 3. Changes in Paddy Soil Fertility in Thailand under the Green Revolution during the Last 50 Years -- Chapter 4. Changes in Lowland Paddy Soil Fertility in the Philippines after 50 years of the Green Revolution -- Chapter 5. Changes in Soil Fertility of Paddy Fields in Malaysia due to the Long-Term Effect of the Green Revolution -- Chapter 6. Changes in Paddy Soil Fertility in Bangladesh under the Green Revolution -- Chapter 7. Changes of Paddy Soil Properties under the Green Revolution in Indonesia (Java Island) during the period of 1970-2003 -- Chapter 8. Comparison of Long-Term Changes in Paddy Soil Fertility among Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia Based on the Original Data and the Factor Scores -- Chapter 9. Changes in Paddy Soil Fertility in Thailand in Relation to Total Content of Elements and Micronutrient Status under the Green Revolution during the Last 50 Years -- Chapter 10. Summary of the Current Research and Implications for the Future
This book investigates the effect of the Green Revolution (GR) on long-term changes in the fertility status of paddy soils in tropical Asia. While information on long-term changes in soil fertility status are rather limited due to difficulties in obtaining past data or samples for comparison, this investigation on temporal changes in soil fertility is possible by comparing fertility status in the 2010s, which the authors examined recently, with those from the 1960s, when GR was initiated, which was reported by Kawaguchi & Kyuma (1977) More than 220 paddy soils collected from Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia, Bangladesh, and Indonesia were analyzed for their physicochemical properties as well as total and available fractions of plant macro- and micro- essential elements, and their temporal changes were examined in addition to their spatial variation in each country. The most significant change was a drastic increase of available phosphorus in soils, possibly due to fertilization after the GR. Changes in organic matter, pH, and other nutrients were relatively small. A considerable decrease in the content of some micronutrients was also observed. Long-term studies on soil fertility status in the past and present will be useful to establish soil/fertilizer management for sustainable rice production in the future. This book is an essential reading for soil scientists, agricultural scientists, environmental scientists, as well as policymakers and nongovernmental officers such as FAO
Host Item Springer Nature eBook
主題 Soil fertility -- Asia
Rice -- Soils -- Asia
Green Revolution -- Asia
Soil Science
Environmental Social Sciences
Alt Author Yanai, Junta, editor
Tanaka, Sota, editor
Abe, Shin, editor
Nakao, Atsushi, editor
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