Professor Leo Condron has been awarded a Doctor of Science from the University of Canterbury.The award recognises his extensive contribution to research on the biogeochemistry of phosphorus in soil-plant systems.
To project how much food can be produced in the future, researchers use agricultural models that estimate crop yield, or how much of a crop can be produced in a certain amount of space. These models take into account factors like climate and weather variability, irrigation, fertilizer, and soil type.
Soil Science Australia produce an annual Australian Soils/Soil Art calendar and are looking for entries to their competition for images to be included in the 2017 edition.
Entries must reach the Soil Science Australia office before 31st July 2016.
Both of the British Society of Soil Science Journals have seen their Impact Factor (IF) increase by over 20% in the 2015 Citation Ranking Metrics.
2-year impact factor is up 29% from 2.649 to 3.425
Up 4 places in the Soil Science rankings from 7th to 3rd.