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pedology

(pē-dŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The study of the physical and mental development and characteristics of children.

pe′do·log′ic (-də-lŏj′ĭk), pe′do·log′i·cal (-ĭ-kəl) adj.
pe′do·log′i·cal·ly adv.
pe·dol′o·gist n.
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Regardless, the PLSR algorithm is usually preferred in spectral pedology analysis because (1) it maximizes covariance between response variables and predictors so that the model is more interpretable, and (2) it is a faster algorithm [45].
Dokuchaev (1846-1903), a leading crystallographer and founding father of pedology, the science of soil (Graham, 1993; Vucinich, 1963).
Because the threshold in terms of flow hydraulics, rainfall, topography, pedology, and land use has been exceeded, the uniform farmland is cut with the formation of experimental gullies--Gully 1 and Gully 2.
Names like Lila Badea (human and economic geography), Niculina Baranovski (population and settlement geography, agricultural geography), Alexandra Bunescu (biogeography), Ana Conea (pedology and geomorphology), Cornelia Grumazescu (geomorphology and regional physical geography), Athena Herbst-Radoi (economic geography), Silvia Iancu (geomorphology, biogeography), Vera Iordachescu (economic geography), Ludmila Panaite (economic geography), Maria Pantazica (hydrology), Aurora Tomescu (climatology) and others determined the evolution of the Romanian science.
In Part II, Learning Gardens Principles Linking Pedagogy and Pedology emphasises seven principles that link pedagogy with the study of soil (pedology), which include: cultivating a sense of place, fostering curiosity and wonder, discovering rhythm and scale, valuing biocultural diversity, embracing practical experience, nurturing interconnectedness, and awakening the senses.
Forensic geography is part of a broader field called forensic geosciences or geoforensics, which includes pedology, mineralogy, petrology, geophysics, natural geography, remote sensing, location data, and geographical information systems (GISs) (Morgan and Bull 2007; Mazhari 2010).
In 1964, years before the final Battle of Khe Sahn, Nhan received a scholarship to go to southern China and study for a Masters in Pedology, soil science and agro-chemistry.