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SoilCompaC will investigate interactions between soil compaction and climate, and get insight on how to assess, detect, recover from and minimize soil compaction in Europe.
The EJP SOIL programme produces strong science based knowledge on soil management in relation to climate change. Activities include integration of existing knowledge as well as funding new research efforts building on a strong community across Europe in collaboration between experienced scientists and the next generation of European soil scientists.
274 distinct attendees from 34 different countries attended the Policy workshop on key questions the scientific requirements and information underpinning carbon farming schemes and economic business models.
Six out of nine countries have specifically set targets for re-wetting peat soils. Here is a summary of the regional policy workshop facilitated by INSURE and WP8 Science to Policy
EJP SOIL is setting a benchmark in EU agriculture by providing comprehensive overviews and reports on the state of the art of various aspects of how soils can contribute to terrestrial carbon sequestration and potential climate change mitigation as well as climate change adaptation.
Soil experts, data scientists and IT operators from across Europe joined for training on INSPIRE Good Practices around Soil Data at Wageningen University and Research in April 2022.
Focusing on different systems, one on conventional, pure cultures and the other on mixed cultures, the projects, MaxRoot-C and MIXROOT-C are complementary to each other and are developed to ensure maximum synergies and maximum complementarity.
SERENA will evaluate bundles of ecosystem services and soil threats and will model their evolution on climate and management changes.
This is the main question that the EJP SOIL project EnergyLink is aiming to answer. The project is Linking Crop Diversification to Microbial Energy Allocation and Organic Carbon Storage in Soils.
AGROECOSeqC “AGROECOlogical strategies for an efficient functioning of plant - soil biota interactions to increase SOC sequestration” - EJP SOIL funded project.
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