Évènements passés

Chargement Évènements

Évènements passés

Recherche et navigation de vues Évènements

Navigation de vues Évènement

juin 2019

WRB Summer 2019

juin 30 - juillet 5
Hotel Przystanek, Chłopickiego St 4
Toruń, 87-100 Pologne
+ Google Map

Globalization and global environmental issues, as well as unification of scientific research and teaching on the global level require harmonization of technical languages, such as the terminology used in soil science. Important part of our technical language is soil description and classification. Various „languages” – national systems are used throughout the World, so common Lingua Franca is needed to understand each other. World Reference Base for Soil Resources (WRB) is one of such to facilitate exchange of information.   “WRB summer” workshop is organized under auspices of IUSS WG WRB by the experts organizing soil classification training courses for nearly…

Voir les détails »

juillet 2019

Euroclay meeting of the European Clay Groups Association (ECGA)

juillet 1 - juillet 5
UPMC, 2 place Jussieu
Paris, 75005 France
+ Google Map

Meeting of the European Clay Groups Association (ECGA) jointly with the 56th annual meeting of The Clay Minerals Society (CMS) and the 6th Mediterranean Clay Meeting (MCM) EUROCLAY is amongst the foremost scientific meetings in the field of clays and clay minerals, and upholds the tradition of presenting every four years, the latest cutting-edge results of this scientific field. EUROCLAY 2019 will be held at Pierre & Marie Curie University (UPMC) in the center of Paris, 1st-5th July 2019, and will be organized by the French Clay Group (GFA), under the auspices of ECGA and AIPEA. It will consist of…

Voir les détails »

World Soils 2019 user consultation meeting

juillet 2 - juillet 3
ESRIN, Largo Galileo Galilei, 1
Frascati, 00044 Italie
+ Google Map

Objectives The workshop aims at bringing together stakeholders from different policy and user domains with remote sensing experts to discuss the requirement of a Soil Monitoring System utilizing space-based EO data with in-situ data and modeling. The focus will be on the potential use of existing and future planned space-based EO systems including data gaps and research issues of priority. The outcome of the workshop will be used to develop a roadmap of relevant research and demonstration activities supporting the development and implementation of a space-based EO Soil Monitoring System. Organisation The workshop will be organized in thematic sessions comprising…

Voir les détails »

Assemblé Générale Afes – Journée thématique “Sols Urbains”

juillet 6 - 9 h 00 min - 17 h 30 min
IRD de Bondy, 32 Avenue Henri Varagnat
Bondy, 93140 France
+ Google Map

                             Programme de la journée 09h00 – 09h30 Ouverture de la journée En présence de Georges De Noni Délégué régional de l'IRD en Île-de-France (sous réserve de disponibilité) 09h30 – 11h00 Assemblé Générale Ordinaire de l’Afes Présentation des bilans de l’Association (bilan moral, bilan financier et bilan d’activité) et débat sur les orientations à prendre pour la période à venir. 11h00 – 12h00 Visite du site de Bondy (Partie I) Présentation de salles de laboratoire exclusives à l’iEES Paris (ajouter détails). 12h00 – 13h30 Déjeuner Échanges conviviaux…

Voir les détails »

5th international Rhizosphere conference – Rhizosphere 5

juillet 7 - 8 h 00 min - juillet 11 - 17 h 00 min
Convention Centre at TCU Place, 35 22 St E
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0C8 Canada
+ Google Map

We are pleased to announce that Rhizosphere 5, the fifth in a series of international conferences devoted to the study of the rhizosphere, will take place in July 2019 and will be hosted by the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada. Rhizosphere 5 builds on past successes of the Rhizosphere conferences held in Munich (2004), Montpellier (2007), Perth (2011), and Maastricht (2015); and is the first in the series to be held in North America. The general theme for the conference is "shining light on the plant-root-soil interface". As with the previous conferences, Rhizosphere 5  will provide a multidisciplinary forum…

Voir les détails »

9th PEDOFRACT Conference – Advances in Soil Scaling: Theories, Techniques and Application

juillet 9 - juillet 12
El Barco de Ávila El Barco de Ávila, Ávila Espagne + Google Map

Please accept the invitation to the 9th PEDOFRACT Conference with the general topic “Advances in soil scaling: theories, techniques and applications” be held at Barco de Ávila (Spain) on the second week of July 2019. The keynote lectures will be given by: John Crawford (Rothamsted Research, United Kingdom) Patricia Garnier (INRA-AgroParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay, France) Kirill Gerke (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation) Alexandra Kravchenko (Dept. of Plant, Soil, and Microbial Sciences, Michigan State University, USA) Hans-Jörg Vogel (Department Soil System Science, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany) Dependent on the workshop program, workshop contributions will be offered…

Voir les détails »

24th International Symposium on Environmental Biogeochemistry

juillet 15 - 8 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min
German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ), Telegrafenberg,
Potsdam, 14473 Allemagne
+ Google Map

The organizing and international committee of the International Society for Environmental Biogeochemistry (ISEB) would like to invite you to the 24th Symposium to be held in Potsam, Germany, September 22-27, 2019, at the Helmholtz Centre Potsdam German Research Centre for Geosciences – GFZ. The Symposium will bring together scientists from all over the world to discuss recent developments and discoveries from all aspects of Environmental Biogeochemistry, including but not limited to microbiology, chemistry, soil science, geoscience, limnology, ecology, marine and atmospheric sciences both from fundamental and applied perspectives. The meeting will be in a single session format, so all participants…

Voir les détails »

International summer school “Monitoring, modeling and management of urban green infrastructure and soils”

juillet 21 - août 11

The 3MUGIS summer school is an annual event, which addresses relevant contemporary environmental consequences and opportunities of urbanization with special emphasis on soil functions. The event is organized under the umbrella of the International Union of Soil Science (IUSS), RUDN University (Russia) and the Urban Soil Institute (USA) with strong cooperation from universities, institutions and research teams from around the world.

Voir les détails »

septembre 2019

BSSS 2019 Annual Conference ‘Managing Soil Resources to Secure Our Future’

septembre 4 - septembre 5
University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S1 + Google Map

The multi-functionality of soils puts ever greater pressure on how and what expert advice is provided to manage our soils and the time that remains until we must reduce Greenhouse gas emission gets ever shorter. Brexit and the 25-year plan will determine the direction of financial support for agriculture and the use of soils for production. However, will the area of highly productive soils be further jeopardised by the housing crisis? Will the next generation molecular techniques provide the tools for managing the soil’s biological component? How can land managers be supported in enhancing their skills and understanding of soils to…

Voir les détails »

WETSCAPES Conference – Understanding the ecology of restored fen peatlands for protection and sustainable use

septembre 10 - septembre 13
University of Rostock, Ulmenstr. 69 University of Rostock
Rostock, 18057 Allemagne
+ Google Map

Peatlands cover only 3 % of the land surface worldwide but with some 450 gigatonnes of carbon they contain substantially more than the carbon stock in the entire forest biomass of the world. Thus, peatlands are the most effective terrestrial carbon stock on our globe. Globally, wetlands are strongly impacted by humans. Many peatlands have been artificially drained for agricultural and forestry purposes, or peat extraction. In Europe, for instance, half of the total peatland area has been artificially drained. Drainage leads to decomposition and compaction of the peat soil, and, thus, to subsidence. Degradation of peat may continue for…

Voir les détails »
+ Exporter les évènements
Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial