Society members have organised four significant conferences: the 25th Jubilee Conference held at Flock House, 5-9 December 1977; the "Soils with Variable Charge" conference hosting Commissions IV, V, VI, and VII of the International Society of Soil Science, held in Palmerston North, 11-18 February 1981; the second joint NZSSS and Australian Soil Science Society Conference 'New Horizons for a New Century', held at Lincoln, 3-8 December 2000; and the Golden Jubilee Conference.
What does ISSS stand for?
ISSS stands for International Society of Soil Science
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We have 115 other meanings of ISSS in our Acronym Attic
- Initial Sector Suite System
- Installation Service Supply Support
- Instituto da Solidariedade e Segurança Social (Portugal)
- Instituto Salvadoreño del Seguro Social (Salvadorean Institute of Social Security)
- Interdisciplinary Studies-Social Sciences (various schools)
- Interim Strategic Storage Site
- International Scholar and Student Services (various schools)
- International Services for Students & Scholars
- International Society for Seed Science (Vermillion, South Dakota)
- International Society for the Systems Sciences
- International Software Systems Solutions (Florida)
- International Soil Science Society (Italy)
- International Student and Scholar Services
- International Symposium on Skill Science
- International Symposium on Systems Synthesis
- Internet Self Service and Security (Sprint)
- International Summer School and Symposium on Medical Devices and Biosensors
- Indiana School Safety Specialist Academy
- International Summer School STOP AIDS
- Information Systems Software Support Bulletin
Samples in periodicals archive:
Particle-size limits of the silt fraction In Australia the particle-size fractions recommended by the International Society of Soil Science (ISSS) have been adopted with upper limits for the clay, silt, and sand fractions set at effective diameters of 2, 20, and 2000 [micro]m, respectively (Prescott et al.
In 1968, an International Society of Soil Science Congress was staged in Adelaide.