What's in the print version of Geotimes this month
vol. 47, no. 1
Carbon in Soil: Why and How?
Boosting a soil's capacity to store carbon could increase crop productivity
and improve environmental quality.
Charles W. Rice
Urban growth in the United States is happening on productive soils that could
Egide L. Nizeyimana, G. W. Petersen and E. D. Warner
A Bridge Not Too Far
The U.S. Geological Survey is trying to bridge the gap between science
Charles G. "Chip" Groat
New U.S. support for the Law of the Sea * Peeking below Mount Vesuvius
* The dredging dilemma * Oceans beyond Earth * Field Notes
A Decade in the Game
The American Geological Institute's Government Affairs Program has been
informing earth scientists on science policy for 10 years.
Flood and mudslides in Algeria * Leonid magic * Survey predicts somewhat
Sniffing out water contamination
A real-time system for monitoring water quality could mean an early warning
of water contamination.
Lisa M. Pinsker
First or Last?
A debate on the main point.
Looking back in Geotimes
from geoscience societies
30 In Memoriam
Hubbert's Peak: The Impending World Oil Shortage
38 Classified Ads:
47 AGI Announces