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World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow Collection management is a continuous work... https://t.co/uuTFfv2IU3 4 days 23 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow If red is the colour of love, one cannot but love this from https://t.co/4qIom1RgtJ 1 week 16 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow RT : Soil is home to a large percentage of the world's genetic diversity. https://t.co/AkYFoeOFnY https://t.co/My0qDuoDuv 1 week 16 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow Preparation of soil from the Heart of Borneo for display. Low fertility clay , https://t.co/mwCsGm3TvZ 2 weeks 18 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow Soils can be blue(ish) too . This image shows a subsoil in Georgia with water stagnation https://t.co/LTARbysQgR 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow RT : You may still submit abstract for EGU 2017 session on soil classification. Submission deadline 11 Jan, 13:00 CET https://t.co/7Tc5fZMCBJ 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow thanks for the info. Good to have an historical perspective. Times have changed indeed. But glad to see soils on policy agenda 1 month 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow RT : In the 60s UNESCO used to encourage science and even created the in the Netherlands at https://t.co/1i4hrwiM46 1 month 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow the World Soil Museum was founded on initiative of UNESCO, supported by ISSS (not SSSA) now IUSS, FAO and funded by Dutch govn 1 month 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow Desert soil sampled in Jordan. Gypsum containing soil with stony surface (desert pavement) https://t.co/300PTDz037 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow Studying our precious resource https://t.co/rN1dDa59db https://t.co/sqYCWFOxBX 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow that's great. I hope you get it. We can check in more detail if you like in due time 2 months 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow you're welcome! Hope you will get to see some St Miguel soil... 2 months 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow predominant volcanic soils. Can have range of colors (often black because organic matter association https://t.co/oRH0gPcSl3 2 months 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow This black volcanic soil -or Andosol (an = black and do = soil in Japanese)- is from Ecuador https://t.co/GuO43d8lO8 2 months 4 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow Wednesdays the doors of the world soil museum are opened for the general public. Come by and be inspired by the col… https://t.co/RbpHsoLxmU 3 months 21 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow we'll be glad to give a guided tour. You may enjoy other points of interest on the campus while you're here 3 months 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow Melanie, you are most welcome to visit in Wageningen (Campus), NL. For sneak preview: https://t.co/IGot46pVdw 3 months 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow Description and classification of a reference soil profile from Belgium in a sample box. https://t.co/JfiOFXNMf8 3 months 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
World Soil Museum @WorldSoilMuseum Follow Great exposition on the beauty of the soils of the Kempen region in Belgium: '(s)oil on canvas'. https://t.co/pUrFYyOEfj 3 months 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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