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View Resource Raising Fundamental Issues

Summarizes social issues critical to sustainable agriculture. Raises questions to be considered in clarifying sustainability goals and translating them into action.

http://casfs.ucsc.edu/publications/sustainability-in-the-bal...
View Resource Composting Process

Composting is the biological decomposition of organic matter under controlled conditions brought about by the growth of microorganisms and invertebrates. While decomposition occurs naturally, it can...

http://www.agf.gov.bc.ca/resmgmt/publist/300Series/382500-2....
View Resource Composting: Environmental Concerns

Composting organic material has many benefits. Organic wastes are diverted from landfill or other disposal sites. Composted material can be used as a soil amendment or nutrient source. Composting...

http://www.agf.gov.bc.ca/resmgmt/publist/300Series/382500-11...
View Resource Field-Scale Tracer Testing: Determination of Controlling Transport Processes in Fractured and Heterogeneous Subsurface Environments

Understanding the processes controlling subsurface transport is a key element in the demonstration of safe disposal of radioactive and/or hazardous wastes, as well as the design and implementation...

http://www.sandia.gov/Subsurface/factshts/geohydrology/trace...
View Resource Unsaturated Zone

Contaminant transport and fate in the unsaturated zone.

http://toxics.usgs.gov/topics/uz.html
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