Interested scientists as well as stakeholders in the field of soil management are invited to join the BONARES 2023 Conference Berlin – “Soil as a sustainable resource”. The conference will bring together researchers from various disciplines related to soil and plant sciences and agronomy to discuss strategies towards a (multi)functionality of soil ecosystems taking also constraints of climate and global change into account. The conference aims at providing solutions for a sustainable soil management including climate change adaptation, which requires an understanding of soils at a systemic level and to assess their value in a socio-economic framework.
BONARES 2023 Conference Berlin – “Soil as a sustainable resource”
Bringing together the wide range of expertise required to direct soil management towards sustainable soil functioning
Conference venue: Mercure Hotel MOA Berlin, Stephanstrasse 41, 10559 Berlin, Germany
Date: May 15 - 17, 2023
Call for Abstracts - Submission Deadline: Tuesday, 31 January 2023
1. Impact of agriculture and cropping systems on soil functions
2. Carbon and nutrient cycling in soils: Processes and interactions in a changing world
3. Soil biomes and multifunctionality of soils
4. Soil degradation and sustainable soil management in agricultural landscapes
5. Model-based prediction of the dynamics of soil functions
6. Using soil sensing technologies for soil mapping, modelling and decision making in agriculture
7. Soils as a key to climate change mitigation: private and public governance instruments to unlock the potential
8. Data challenges and solutions
About the BonaRes funding project:
The ATB coordinates 1 of 10 interdisciplinary collaborative projects within the BonaRes funded research work that aims to secure productivity and efficiency of soil as a resource in the long run and – if possible to enhance them. The I4S (Intelligence for Soil) – Integrated System for Site-Specific Soil Fertility Managementproject is a joint research project which develops solutions for maintaining and improving soil fertility within the framework of precision agriculture.