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ERRATA
Notes on the 2001 Edition

Investigation 1: Beginning to Investigate Soil

NONE

 

Investigation 2: Separating Soil by Settling

NONE

 

Investigation 3: Separating Soil by Sieving

Teacher's Edition, Page 88, Fourth Sentence of Second Paragraph
"In natural soils, the abundance of plant material is greatest very near the soil surface, and decreases sharply downward. Underlined "decreases" replaces "increases"

 

Investigation 4: Examining Core Samples of Soil

NONE

 

Investigation 5: Water and Other Chemicals in Soil

NONE

 

Investigation 6: Soil Erosion

NONE

 

Investigation 7: Using Soil Data to Plan a Garden

NONE

 

 

 

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