The Veld and the Future Food or Famine Reconstruction by Way of the Soil View Full Text


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DATE

1946-12

AUTHORS

L. DUDLEY STAMP

ABSTRACT

THESE three books bear witness to the ever-increasing awareness of the world problem of soil erosion Ward Shepard goes so far as to claim that modern man has perfected two devices, either of which is capable of annihilating civilization. One is total war; the other is world soil erosion. Of the two, soil erosion is the more insidiously and fatally destructive. War disrupts or destroys the social environment which is the matrix of civilization. Soil erosion destroys the natural environment which is its foundation. More... »

PAGES

853

Journal

TITLE

Nature

ISSUE

4024

VOLUME

158

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/158853a0

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