EGU 2023 was held this year in Vienna, Austria from April 23-28. iEES Paris was strongly represented with the participation of 9 of our team members.
“Global Deep Soil 2100” is a network bringing together experimenters, modellers and data users on experiments analyzing the warming of all ecosystems. A workshop to deepen the compilation, meta-analysis and modeling of data was organized at Sorbonne University as a hybrid meeting on four continents. It brought together 50 participants and was organized as an […]Lire la suite / Read more
Team news Team publications Team members The main objective of the FEST team is to better understand the interactions between biological actors and the abiotic properties of soils, and the impact of these interactions on the resulting ecosystem services. In particular, we study the influence of soil engineers (especially earthworms, termites and microbial activity) and […]Lire la suite / Read more
In this prospective article, an international consortium coordinated by researchers from the University of Copenhagen examines the prospects for using the “third dimension” of agricultural land, i.e. the possibility, without resorting to new land, of increasing the volume of soil exploited by the root system of crops, thereby increasing the resource base available for agricultural production while minimizing the undesirable externalities frequently associated with current agroecosystems.Lire la suite / Read more