1986 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1986 - Bouyoucos Soil Science Distinguished Career Award, American Society of Agronomy
1983 - SSSA Honorary Membership, American Society of Agronomy
Marion Jackson mostly deals with Soil water, Quartz, Inorganic chemistry, Gibbsite and Aluminium. The various areas that she examines in her Soil water study include Isotope analysis, Sodium pyrosulfate and Earth science. Her Quartz research incorporates themes from Oceanography and Isotopes of oxygen.
Her Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Absorbance, Clay minerals, Montmorillonite and Solubility. Her Aluminium research incorporates elements of Allophane, Soil science, Mica, Halloysite and Silicate. Marion Jackson combines subjects such as Mineral and Weathering with her study of Kaolinite.
Her primary areas of investigation include Soil water, Mineralogy, Quartz, Inorganic chemistry and Kaolinite. Her Soil water study is concerned with the field of Soil science as a whole. Her Mineralogy study incorporates themes from Analytical chemistry, Precambrian, Loam and Soil horizon.
Her studies in Quartz integrate themes in fields like Geochemistry, Isotopes of oxygen, Pelagic sediment and Oceanography. Her study explores the link between Inorganic chemistry and topics such as Solubility that cross with problems in Phase. Her study in Kaolinite is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Weathering, Chlorite, Clay minerals and Mica.
Her main research concerns Botany, Forestry, Seal, Fern and Tree. Her study in the fields of Water-Lilies under the domain of Botany overlaps with other disciplines such as Phlox and White. Her studies link Swamp with Forestry.
Her study in Seal intersects with areas of studies such as Ancient history and Geotechnical engineering. Marion Jackson integrates Fern and SWORD in her studies. Her work in Tree incorporates the disciplines of Sorbus americana and Java.
Marion Jackson spends much of her time researching Jacob's Ladder, False Solomon's-seal, Precipitation, Atmospheric sciences and Forestry. Throughout her Forestry studies, Marion Jackson incorporates elements of other sciences such as Tree and Java.
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Soil Chemical Analysis
Marion LeRoy Jackson.
Soil Chemical Analysis - Advanced Course.
M. L. Jackson.
Soil Chemical Analysis Advanced Course (Edition (1969)
Fractionation Of Soil Phosphorus
S. C. Chang;M. L. Jackson.
Soil Science (1957)
Oxides, Hydroxides, and Aluminosilicates
Marion L. Jackson;Chin H. Lim;Lucian W. Zelazny.
Methods of Soil Analysis: Part 1—Physical and Mineralogical Methods (1986)
Gibbsite solubility and thermodynamic properties of hydroxy-aluminum ions in aqueous solution at 25°C
Howard M. May;Philip A. Helmke;Marion L. Jackson.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1979)
Chemical Weathering of Minerals in Soils
M.L. Jackson;G. Donald Sherman.
Advances in Agronomy (1953)
Interlayering of Expansible Layer Silicates in Soils by Chemical Weathering
M. L. Jackson.
Clays and Clay Minerals (1962)
Dissolution for Total Elemental Analysis
Chin Huat Lim;Marion L. Jackson.
Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 2. Chemical and Microbiological Properties (2015)
Weathering Sequence of Clay-size Minerals in Soils and Sediments
M. L. Jackson;Y. Hseung;R. B. Corey;E. J. Evans.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1952)
Determination of Silica in Citrate-Bicarbonate-Dithionite Extracts of Soils
R. M. Weaver;J. K. Syers;M. L. Jackson.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1968)
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