Northern Soil Network

Northern Soil Network

The Northern Soils Network (NSN) originally comprised two Northern Regional Soil Discussion Groups (East and West) but combined forces in recent years to improve the group offering.

Group Chair: Dr Jenny Jones

Deputy Chair: Eleanor Reed

Group Treasurer: Current vacancy

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Latest posts

WSC, parliament and society links

Hi everyone
It was a very good council meeting in Edinburgh on 24th March.
The following are things for NSN members to consider:
- If you have any events planned for IYS2015 please get in touch.
- BSSS merchandising is available from Cranfield, including pens, leaflets and golf tees!
- BSSS is looking to become more involved in policy and would like to know of who (and how) to contact members of parliament and the House of Lords.


Soapbox Science 2015

Soapbox Science is an annual public science communication event that transforms public areas into an arena for public learning and scientific debate. The event follows the format of London Hyde Park’s Speaker’s Corner, which is historically an arena for public debate. With Soapbox Science, we want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to enjoy, learn from, heckle, question, probe, interact with and be inspired by some of our leading scientists.


World Soil Day 5 Dec - help needed for Manchester school

Hello all

NSN needs your help. Can anyone in the Manchester area help visit the William Hulme’s Grammar School http://www.whgs-academy.org/ on 5th December to discuss soil with pupils and plant a tree as part of the celebrations for the International Year of Soils.

Please respond direct to events@soils.org.uk or to Peter Shanahan (nsn@soils.org.uk, 07949971984).

Thanks!!!


Lancaste rUniversity vacancy Senior Research Associate in Plant-Soil-Nutrient Interactions

Senior Research Associate in Plant-Soil-Nutrient Interactions
Lancaster Environment Centre
Salary: £32,277 to £37,394
Closing Date: Thursday 13 November 2014
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference: A1089
Applications are invited for a NERC-funded post-doctoral position, tenable for three years, to investigate the development of a suite of novel land conditioners and plant fertilizers from the waste streams of biomass energy generation.


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