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Sustainable farm Management Aimed at reducing Threats to Soils under climate change (SmartSOIL project)

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SmartSOIL focuses on arable and mixed farming systems in Europe and will develop an innovative approach using the soil Carbon (C) flow and stocks concept to assess the impact of C management on crop productivity, soil organic C (SOC) stocks and other ecosystem services. SmartSOIL will develop a decision support tool (DST) to enable farmers, advisors and policy makers to discuss and select the most appropriate and cost-effective practices for particular farming systems, soils and climates - in a smart way (SmartSOIL).

Project information

Lead

Aarhus University

Partners

Aarhus University, University of Aberdeen, University of Copenhagen, Alterra, University of Florence, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Scottish Agricultural College, Countryside and Community Research Institute, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Le Groupe-conseil baastel sprl, Research Institute for Agricultural Economics

Source of funding

FP7

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Published in Climate-ADAPT Jun 07 2016   -   Last Modified in Climate-ADAPT Jul 21 2022

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