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Apply for: pre-AGU Early Career Soil Scientists Event + Soils 4 EU Conference and Workshop + Global Conference on Sandy Soils 2020


Apply for Joint Early Career Workshop (15 participants max.)

  • 8th Dec. 12-5pm Joint Early Career Workshop


The Soil Science Networking Event engages ECRs for pushing a joint publication output and to exchange experience in a structured discussion. More details:

More sessions at previous ISMC News and AGU Soil SWIRL


Reserve the Sunday for pre-AGU ISMC Meeting!

  • 8th Dec., 9-12am ISMC will have its General Assembly



Workshops at TERRAenVISION Conference

“Working towards the Sustainable Development Goals” at Barcelona, Spain 2-7 Sept 2019

We are pleased to announce you that the SOILS4EU project and the European Commission organize two simultaneous workshops in Barcelona (Spain) on Monday 2 September from 14h30 to 18h00 on the following topics:  
-          Impact of soil degradation on human health
-          Potential of Earth Observation for improved soil monitoring

These interactive workshops are organized as side events of the TERRAenVISION 2019 Conference. The aim of the workshops is to present and discuss two in-depth reports on the above topics prepared by SOILS4EU for the DG for Environment, and to gather expert opinions and feedback on the content of both reports. Further information on the agenda and the workshops at the conference website.



Global Conference on Sandy Soils 2020

The Global Conference on Sandy Soils will be held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison during 31st May – 4th June 2020.

Sandy soils are widespread throughout the world and used for a range of purposes (agriculture, forestry, rangeland). The conference will focus on all aspects of sandy soils including its properties, distribution and management. There will be oral and poster sessions, a one day fieldtrip to the Central Sands Plain of Wisconsin, and ample sessions for discussion. The website will be up soon, and the following sessions are envisioned:

  •   Sandy soils – distribution and formation
  •   Soil water repellency, crust, and compaction
  •   Runoff, erosion, and groundwater management
  •   Monitoring, mapping, and management of salinization
  •   Nutrient management
  •   Carbon sequestration and soil health
  •   Management and remediation of contaminants
  •   Soil water conservation and biodiversity
  •   Soil security on sandy soils

More info:




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