Working together for forest soils
Holistic management practices, modelling & monitoring for European Forest Soils
HoliSoils tackles gaps in knowledge on forest soil processes and aims to harmonise available soil monitoring information to support decision making towards climate and sustainability goals. HoliSoils identifies and tests novel soil management practices aiming to mitigate climate change and sustain provision of various ecosystem services essential for human livelihoods and wellbeing.
How long can trees survive without water?
A new podcast episode investigates the consequence of water deprivation to trees. Peter Wohlleben, a NY-times bestselling author and forester, interviews Dr. Karin Pritsch, from the Helmholtz Institutes, and Prof. Thorsten Grams, from the…
New postdoctoral opportunity on microbial diversity and soil processes
A new postdoc position has been opened at the Department of Physical Geography, Stockholm University, with a focus on microbial processes in soil. The ideal candidate has strong quantitative skills (statistical or process-based modelling)…
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Forest soils are teeming with life and biodiversity. They enable the growth of trees, berry plants and mushrooms that are essential to human consumption and economy and contribute to mitigation of the climate change by storing carbon and consuming greenhouse gas methane.