The series is jointly organized by the following professors of the Department of Environmen-tal Systems Science (D-USYS): S. Dötterl, E. Frossard, R. Kretzschmar, D. Or and J. Six.
30 Sept: Jörg Schnecker, University of Vienna, Austria
The soil carbon pump – Are microbial growth and efficiency fueling soil C se-questration?
14 Oct: David A. Robinson Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Bangor, UK
Soil change, understanding the past to prepare for the future
28 Oct: Angelia Seyfferth, University of Delaware, USA
Linking soil science to food security: Combating As uptake by rice through soil Si management
11 Nov: Richard Bardgett, University of Manchester, UK
Plant-soil interactions in a changing world: patterns, processes, and responses to environmental change
25 Nov: Martijn Bezemer University of Leiden, Netherlands
Linking microbiomes of soils, plants and aboveground insects via plant-soil feedbacks
9 Dec: Alessandro Piccolo, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
From the supramolecular structure of soil humus to the structural determination of the soil Humeome
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