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Conclusions of the Annual Science Days from the breakout presentations and audience discussion:

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A1 - Carbon sequestration at national and European scale

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A2 - Using participatory design for developing farmer friendly tools for soil practices and schemes.

  • Is there a Stakeholder Dialogue when looking for the integration of soil-based principles in agroecological systems?
  • Land-users' perceptions on carbon farming and related rural landscape changes
  • Fostering soil management PRACtices and uptake and developing decision support TOols through LIVing labs in EU (PRAC2LIV)
  • Testing FAO’s “TAPE” in Norway: a participatory tool for farmers, policymakers and other stakeholders
  • Does EJP SOIL have what agricultural advisors want?
  • Investigating policy pathways to enact soil-based agroecological principles in the European and Turkish farming systems
  • Stakeholders mapping and engagement on socio-ecological research
  • Stakeholder and end-user involvement in the formulation and evaluation of terminology for a comprehensive soil health framework

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A3 - Innovation and methods for data acquisition

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BLOK B - (11:15am - 1:00pm)

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B1 - Carbon sequestration and trade-offs

  • Assessing the Environmental and Productive Implications of Soil Management Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture: A Combined Process-Based Modelling and Fuzzy Logic-Based Index Approach
  • Laboratory estimates obscure the patterns of GHG emissions from agricultural soils
  • Analyzing the degree of organic matter transformation of rewetted European peatlands in the context of their greenhouse gas emission potential
  • A meta-analysis of field experiments on the effect of organic matter inputs on N2O emissions in European arable land
  • Greenhouse gas fluxes from a cultivated peatland, northern Norway–implications for climate friendly management

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B2 - Closing nutrient and carbon cycles

  • Animal manure digestate and its effect on greenhouse emissions and soil microbial biomass
  • External organic matters for climate mitigation and soil health (EOM4Soil)
  • Biochar and digestate production, regulation, and value chain: the Italian case study
  • Combining chemical analysis of organic pollutants and cytotoxicity testing for studying differences between fresh and processed external organic matters
  • Bio-economy and Circular Agriculture for Soil Health (BioCASH): modelling soil health in multiple scales and connecting disciplines
  • Carbon sequestration with biochar as soil amendment
  • Anaerobic co-digestion with biochars – A way to improve carbon sequestration in soils?
  • A stocktaking of long-term field experiments in Europe dealing with the application of external organic matter (project: EOM4SOIL)

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B3 - Indicators for soil ecosystem services

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BLOK C - (2:30pm - 4:15pm)

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C1 - Carbon sequestration, roots and amendments

  • Soil intrinsic limits for carbon sequestration due to C saturation
  • Root system architecture traits of winter wheat in a genotype x environment network across a European pedoclimatic gradient
  • Environmental conditions are ten times more important than wheat variety for arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
  • The root shoot database. What can the available literature tell us about the effect of management on the root shoot ratio (RSR)

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C2 - Soil biodiversity and ecosystem services

  • Sculpting the soil microbiota: role of soil management and plant diversity-based farming practices     
  • Modelling microbial and plant diversity in multi-species agroecosystems: the DIMIVEA project
  • Influence of saltwater irrigation on crops and soil microorganisms under a salinity gradient
  • Designing sustainable agrosystems by copying the biogeochemical organization of natural ecosystems
  • Early detection of microbial carbon stabilization by biomarker-SIP
  • A guideline for appropriate estimates of carbon use efficiency with the 18O method
  • Will cover crops alter microbial carbon use efficiency? First results from the Wageningen Clever Cover Cropping site
  • Validation of microbial community-level physiological profiles (CLPP) analysis in LAMMC and MBG Santiago-CSIC
  • Variation in soil bacterial community structure under different tillage intensity

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C3 - Sustainable soil management

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C4 - Work package 6

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