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8 new research projects and expertise from 63 partners join the efforts of enhancing the impact of the EJP SOIL programme. The objectives are to deepen our understanding of soil restoration practices, managing soils in the context of climate change, and the development of innovative methods and sensing technologies.
The purpose of this special issue is to pull together the current state of art of the knowledge and gaps, and to gather opinions from the EJP SOIL participants.
In October, the largest EJP Soil project, CarboSeq, had a meeting in Rome, Italy, where the participants presented their progress, enabling everyone to get a first impression of the possible products and outcomes of the project.
We will provide an overview over the two different calls and explain the requirements for applicants, as well as the application procedure. We welcome…
The session will take place within the EGU General Assembly 2023 held in Vienna, Austria. Deadline for submission of abstracts: 10 January 2023.