Caring for soils and seeking to prevent damage to them is important for everyone, whatever the climatic conditions in their location. But it can be a more difficult task in arid regions, given that such areas experience more severe droughts than elsewhere, have higher temperatures and typically support less vegetation. However, reservation is still possible, and doing so starts with information.
This resource gives you the lowdown on the composition of soil in arid regions, how it interacts with other elements and how it is classified. Once we have information we can devise solutions to protect the soil, even in extreme conditions.