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|Title:||SoilTrEC: A Global Initiative on Critical Zone Research and Integration|
|Authors:||MENON Manoj; BANWART Steven; BERNASCONI Stefano; BLOEM Jaap; BLUM Winfired; SOUZA DANIELLE MAIA; DAVIDSDOTIR Brynhildur; DUFFY Christopher; LAIR Georg; KRAM Pavel; LUNDIN Lars; NIKOLAIDIS Nikolaos; NOVAK Martin; PANAGOS Panagiotis; RAGNARSDOTTIR Kristin Vala; REYNOLDS Brian; ROBINSON David; ROUSSEVA Svetla; DE RUITER Peter; VAN GAANS Pauline; WENG Liping; WHITE Tim; ZHANG Bin; GISLADOTTIR G.|
|Citation:||ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Draft abstract: Global soils provide a variety of ecosystem services. However, currently, global soils are under various threats and in specific cases catastrophic decline in these services is observed across the continents. In this context, , the European Commission published the Thematic Strategy for Soil Protection identifies a specific policy need to address the threats to soil and ecosystem services that it provides. SoilTrEC which stands for Soil Transformations in European Catchments aims to research on soil processes and functions in a CZ context and, to provide recommendations to the stakeholders to develop appropriate policies on soil protection and ecosystem services. This paper presents an overview of the SoilTrEC project, its organizational structure, the methodology and the expected outcomes.|
|JRC Directorate:||Sustainable Resources|
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