36 young scientists from Europe and China attended the first EJP SOIL PhD course on soil systems
Soil systems: Analytical methods for integrating the chemical, biophysical interface in soils.
Course task: Assessment whether a soil system view is critical to own scientific work
EJP SOIL scientists and high-class researchers from across Europe and the US were invited as lecturers to introduce their research on soil system sciences, emerging micro-analytical techniques and to engage in dialogue about the challenges and the future of the soil research discipline.
- Visualizing the biogeochemical interface in soils - by: Charlotte Védère & Claire Chenu, INRAE
- Soil structure - soil microorganisms interactions: decomposing organic matter in a structured world - by: Claire Chenu, INRAE - AgroParisTech
- Assessing soil quality - by Markus Kleber, Department of Crop and Soil Science Oregon State Universisty
- Soil System Services - by: Hermann Jungkunst, Professor of Geoecology at the iESLandau
- Investigating microbe-mineral-organic matter interactions in soils: Recent advances in X-ray (micro)spectroscopy - by: Marco Keiluweit, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
- Energetics perspectives on SOM decomposition - by: Tobias Bölscher, INRAE, UMR EcoSys and Anke M. Herrmann, SLU, Dept. of Soil and Environment
- Challenges in visualizing the biogeochemical interface in soils - by: Anke M. Herrmann, SLU, Dept. of Soil and Environment
- Soil structure dynamics as influenced by soil carbon and soil fauna - by: Katharina Meurer, SLU, Department of Soil & Environment