Plus d’interfaces Science-Société pour une sécurité globale des sols / More Science-Society Interfaces for a Global Soil Security

Présentation des sessions posters

Monday 5 December 2016 (lunch break session)
M. Zribi (CESBIO) Soil surface parameters retrieving from multi-sensor satellite data
R. Bhattacharyya (Indian Agricultural Research Institute) Long-term fertilization impacts on temperature sensitivity of topsoil organic carbon decomposition and deep soil carbon content in an Alfisol
M. Bardy (INRA) Developing the use of French soil databases: actions of the RMT Sols et Territoires
B. Toutain (INRA) From raw data to web services: the French soil information system
S. Drufin (INRA) From heterogeneous, multi-source data to harmonized datasets: a major challenge for the assessment of soil functions. The LANDMARK project approach
Hervé Levesque (Lycée JP Vernant) Enseigner au lycée la diversité microbienne et son importance pour les sols dans le cadre de l’opération « Génome à l’école »
N. Cavan (INRA) Overview of Tillage Practices and Correlations with Other Agricultural Practices in France: an Analysis of the Agreste Survey (2011)
C. Dimitrios (Hellenic Agricultural Organization) Integrated nutrient management in industrial tomato cultivation in Thessaly plain, Greece
Tuesday 6 December 2016 (lunch break session)
X. Peng (Insitute of Soil Science, China) Combined turnover of carbon and soil aggregates using rare earth oxides and isotopically labelled carbon as tracers
I. Cousin (INRA) Evaluating the Available Water Content of soils at large scale to improve the estimation of soil services
J. Michel (INERIS) Contaminant release from soils - How to tackle the risks for groundwater?
V. Antoni (MEEM) Contribution of knowledge advances in soil science to meet the needs of French State and society
D. Berggren Kleja (SGI) APPLICERA - Applicable site-specific environmental risk assessment of contaminated soils
R. Gonzalez Herrera (Univ. Yucatan, Mexico) Land use, important parameter for aquifer protection
A. Zlobina (Tomsk University) Radiogeochemical and mineralogical features of soil
C. Walter (Agrocampus Rennes) Soilserv: a research project on soil ecosystem services assessment and integration in decision-making process

Les membres du comité scientifique de la 2ème conférence Mondiale sur la Sécurité des Sols (5-6 Décembre 2016, Paris) sont / The scientific committee members of the 2nd Global Soil Security conférence (December 5-6, 2016, Paris) are:

  • Alex McBratney (University of Syndey, Australia)
  • Blair McKenzie (The James Hutton Institute, United Kingdom)
  • Damien Field (University of Syndey, Australia)
  • Isabelle FEIX (ADEME, France)
  • Jean-Francois Soussana (INRA, France)
  • Allan Lilly (The James Hutton Institute, United Kingdom)
  • Christian Valentin (IRD, France)
  • Claire Chenu (AgroParisTech, France)
  • Cristine Morgan (University of Texas, USA)
  • David Bendz (SGI, Sweden)
  • Johan Ceenaem (OVAM, Belgium)
  • Johan Bouma (WUR, The Netherlands)
  • Luca Montanarella (JRC, Italy)
  • Ronald Vargas (FAO, Italy)


Mardi 6 décembre 2016 Christian WALTER "Soilserv: a research project on soil ecosystem services assessment and integration in decision-making process"