What is digital soil mapping? What are the contributions of remote sensing to the mapping of soils? Challenges & limitations?
The webinar provides a basic overview of the most common types of data and approaches, focusing a bit more on satellite remote sensing in the optical range; describing the methodologies and providing examples of applications.
The Soil Sensing webinars 1 & 2 are intended for all soil researchers that are interested in soil sensing, but have no or little experience of the techniques and wants to learn more.
What is proximal sensing, what sensors are used and what soil properties can be measured? What are the strengths and weaknesses with proximal soil sensing?
The webinar will provide a basic overview of the most common type of sensors and approaches, focusing a bit more on electrical conductivity, gamma ray and visible and infrared spectroscopy, describing the methodologies and providing examples of applications.
Webinar # 8: SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS & DATA – Procedures for Open Access, Storage & Reporting
Procedures for Open Access, Storage & Reporting. Scientific Publications are important indicators of progress of the EJP SOIL programme.
Guide to understanding data/metadata/datasets expectations and open access publications. Keep the powerpoint pdf close for referal, when in doubts.
Webinar # 5: Results from the EJP SOIL funded project SIREN
Webinar #4: 3rd Internal Call Webinar - for the interested applicants organized 7 April 2022
Mobility strengthens inter-institutional collaboration and promotes the acquisition of new skills and knowledge, thereby contributing to increased research creativity, efficacy, and performance. EJP SOIL aims to facilitate the access to agricultural soil research infrastructures, such as laboratories and long-term field experiments.
This Webinar presents the results from a European survey on current soil science in Higher Education, and explore with the audience, what may be future expertise and capacity needed.