9th International Soil Science Congress

14.10.14 - 16.07.14

The Federation of Eurasian Soil Science Societies was established to share knowledge on the most dynamic part of earth-soils. As a finite resource, the soils of this region are under pressure from many human induced activities for many centuries. The primary goal of the Federation aim is to “bridge the gap” between soil science, policy making, and public knowledge both nationally and internationally in the region. Therefore, the Federation aims to develop strategies to form a fertile collaboration securing regions’ soils from threads such as soil degradation; pollution; erosion; sealing, and many others.

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