Soil structure refers to the size, shape, stability, and organization of soil aggregates. Because these characteristics significantly affect the movement and interactions of plant roots, water, nutrients, and gases, maintaining optimal structure is critical to the soil's long-term sustainability
Paul Christiansen, Michael L. Thompson
Year of Grant Completion
Christiansen, Paul and Thompson, Michael L., "Changes in soil structural characteristics following establishment of prairie grass" (1993). Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports. 34.