The Sustainable Intensification Research Network (SIRN) builds on existing, bottom-up initiatives developed by UK researchers in the agricultural, biological, environmental and social sciences, for better integration of the communities working on Sustainable Intensification (SI).
The Bye Laws for the British Society of Soil Science have been recently updated after the Board of Trustees reviewed them.
They can be found here
CPD Credits available for those registered with BASIS
BASIS has today confirmed 10 credits will be awarded for attending the two day 2016 Annual Meeting "Soil, Security and Society" at the University of Reading, Reading, Berkshire United Kingdom on the 7th and 8th September 2016.
The credits are as follows - 2 Crop protection, 6 Environment and 2 Personal Development.
It's a familiar hazard of vacation time: While you're conspicuously absent, your colleagues in the office forget to water and fertilize the plants -- often leaving behind nothing but a brownish skeleton.
Whether a plant thrives or wastes away depends above all on whether its roots get enough water and nutrients. Geophysicists have now visualized such processes for the first time using electrical impedance tomography.
An Iowa State University faculty member has co-authored a book on the subject examining the complex and ever-changing Mississippi and Ohio rivers’ landscapes.