March 21, 2019
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From the ground up – Inauguration Prof Rachel Creamer
Auditorium, building number 362, Generaal Foulkesweg 1, 362, 6703 BG Wageningen, The Netherlands

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From the ground up

How soil biology can help us to make the most of our land

Thursday 21st March 2019 from 16.00 to 18.00

 Auditorium, building number 362, Generaal Foulkesweg 1, 362, 6703 BG Wageningen, The Netherlands

 

Prof Rachel Creamer‘s Inaugural lecture upon taking up the position of Professor of Soil Biology at Wageningen University & Research.

LIVE broadcast https://www.wur.nl/en/activity/Inauguration-Prof.-dr.-Rachel-Creamer.htm

April 4, 2019
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Roundtable 9 – Germany
CALS, Oldenburg, Germany

Meeting agenda

The LANDMARK Roundtable 8 will be hosted by  Talke Heidkroß  & Kirsten Madena  (CALS) and will take place in Oldenburg, GERMANY next 2nd to 4th of April 2019.

April 12, 2019
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EGU 2019 – SSS6.1/BG2.29/HS8.3.17 session
Vienna, Austria

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The Landmark team will actively participate at the EGU general assembly on the week of the 7th -12th April 2019 in Vienna, Austria.

Our AGES partner Taru Sanden  will convene a session honouring Lily Pereg (1964-2019) together with Brigitta Toth and Karen Vancampenhout, Eric C. Brevik and  Bahar S. Razavi

Building Inter- and Transdisciplinary Bridges in Soil Science: Honoring Lily Pereg 1964–2019

The session is dedicated to the work of Professor Lily Pereg who was the initiator of this session and President of Soil System Sciences Division at EGU until she died tragically and unexpectedly earlier this year.

More info https://www.egu2019.eu/

This session is an outcome of the 2018 EGU LANDMARK short course  Meet the experts in land and soil functions: from primary productivity to biodiversity  you can read the outcomes here http://landmark2020.eu/meeting/egu-2018/

 

May 17, 2019
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Laboratory Skills Course in Soil Biology and Biochemistry WUR 2019

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WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITYLaboratory Skills Course in Soil Biology and Biochemistry

13-17th May 2019 Wageningen University and Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands.

This will include training in soil quality parameters such as labile C, microresp – respiration, extracellular enzyme activity, nematode and enchytraied extraction and basics of identification. Earthworm sampling and identification.

Registration is closed.
Fee: *Reduced fee of 500 euros and full price registration is 1000 euros.

*The reduced fee applies to BSc and MSc students, PhD candidates, staff of public (national) institutes and organizations based in ODA-listed countries

More info https://www.wur.nl/en/activity/Laboratory-Skills-Course-in-Soil-Biology-and-Biochemistry.htm

Contact Rachel Creamer (rachel.creamer@wur.nl).

In collaboration with the Soil Biology Laboratory Skills course:

ISRIC Spring School

20th to 24th May 2019

which provides an excellent introduction to soil classification or digital soil mapping.

More info  https://www.isric.org/utilise/capacity-building/springschool/general

 

August 26, 2019
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Soil Horizons – soil quality and soil functions H2020 workshop
Impulse Speakers corner, Wageningen University and Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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SAVE THE DATE

Monday 26th August 2019

10.00 – 16.00

Impulse Speakers corner, Wageningen University and Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands

 

This is a side event organized by  iSQAPER & LANDMARK H2020 projects happening the Monday before the start of the  Wageningen Soil Conference ( 27th- 30th of August 2019).

More info coming soon.

 

August 30, 2019
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Wageningen Soil Conference 2019
Wageningen University & Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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Info at www.wur.eu/wageningensoilconference2019    |    PDF 1st CIRCULAR    | PDF Save the date    |    Contact email     |    Twitter @WageningenSoil

 

October 23, 2019
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LANDMARK Final policy conference
Bruxelles, Belgium

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SAVE THE DATE

LAND MANAGEMENT: Assessment, Research, Knowledge Base

LANDMARK H2020 Final Policy Conference

Wednesday 23rd October 2019

10.00-13.30 (tbc)
Bruxelles, Belgium

How can we make the most of our land? How can we ensure that our soils deliver on the many expectations we have of our land?”

During its final conference, the EU-funded LANDMARK project will present: 1) an online Decision Support Tool the “Soil Navigator“; 2) a monitoring system for soil functions; 3) a policy framework for Functional Land Management.

More info on the venue, timing and registration will come soon (subscribe to our newsletter at info.landmark@wur.nl).