Healthy soils for sustainable agriculture: the role of SOM
3–7 September 2017 • Rothamsted Research • Harpenden (United Kingdom)
We are looking forward to receiving your contributions to the 6th International Symposium on Soil Organic Matter and would like to thank you in advance for your support!
Please note: The abstract submission for oral presentations is closed. Nevertheless, researchers still have the opportunity to hand in their recent results as a late breaking poster via the following link.
If you are an invited speaker, please also hand in your abstract via this link.
Deadline for submitting your abstract: 16 July 2017
Thank you for submitting your results from research and practice on the following main topics:
Session 1: Global perspectives (invited speakers only)
Session 3: Methods 1: Visualising SOM
3a: Visualising SOM at the soil pore scale
3b: Spatial variability of SOM concentration, composition, and persistence
3c: Mapping and monitoring of soil organic matter
Session 4: Methods 2: Quantifying pools and fluxes of SOM
4a: Mass spectrometry – The key to the soil organic matter ‘Black Box’
4b: What is humified organic matter?
4c: Organic nutrients?
Session 6: Soil Health 2: The role of decomposition
6a: SOM decomposition: links between carbon and nutrient cycling
6b: Managing soil organic matter decomposition and stabilization for carbon sequestration and improved soil health
6c: SOM in rice paddy systems
After reviewing all submitted abstracts, authors will be informed about the decision. Accepted abstracts will be either presented as oral or poster presentations.
Click here to receive further information regarding abstract submission:
All accepted abstracts will be published in the proceedings.
In addition, selected papers will be published in special issues in “European Journal of Soil Science” and/or “Soil Use and Management”, both from Wiley-Blackwell of the British Society of Soil Science: http://www.soils.org.uk/publications.