Understanding humic substances. Advanced-methods, properties and applications
This is the companion volume to Humic Substances: Structure, properties and Uses from the same editors and publishers. Both are proceedings of Humic Substances Seminars held at Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. They present the latest research for specialists, but non-chemists may find the technical content a little intimidating in its complexity. Those who have worked with HS over many years tend to treat them with awe. In his introductions, Morris Schnitzer compares the vagaries of the characteristics of HS to those of God.
Wershaw, R.L.; Leenher, A.; Kennedy, K.R.; Ghabbour, E.A.; and Davies, G., "Understanding-humic-substances.-Advanced-methods,-properties-and-applications" (1999). Aspen Bibliography. Paper 938.