ESDAC Highlights

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15

Jul

2021

PhD position in “Sustainable peatland management by mapping, monitoring and modelling the Carbon cycle”. Joint JRC and ETHZ project. Deadline: 16.8.2021

12

Jul

2021

[SAVE THE DATE] The first ever EUSO Stakeholders Forum will be held on 19-21 October 2021. Details (agenda, modalities) will be published on the EUSO webpages of the JRC Science Hub.

25

Jun

2021

20 September 2021. Remtech Expo opening session: "From policy talking to industry actions- Zero Pollution for Soil: will we manage by 2050?"

24

Jun

2021

One Health, Environment, Society Conference: Save the date 21-24 June 2022

11

Jun

2021

Recently, scientists from EU Soil Observatory published an article on Soil security for European Union

19

May

2021

EU-funded  SoilCare  project  will  hold its final  conference  on June  24th  10.30-15.00

4

May

2021

New version v3.0.6 of the PERSAM tool contains a small bug fix. Check it out on the PERSAM page.

3

May

2021

A handy one-page overview of all datasaets publicly available in ESDAC: the name (and link) for the dataset and a short abstract.

30

Apr

2021

The distribution of mineral-associated and particulate soil organic matter in Europe and its sensitivity to climate change. Dataset on SOM fractions documented in the publication in Nature Geosciences

27

Apr

2021

Vacancy at JRC: Project Manager, Scientific Research Development of Soil Health Indicators. INDICATIVE CONTRACT’S DURATION: 36 months with possible renewals up to 6 years. Deadline for application submission: 30/04/2021. More

29

Mar

2021

Vacancy at JRC: Project Manager, Scientific Research Development of Soil Organic Carbon Indicators. INDICATIVE CONTRACT’S DURATION: 36 months with possible renewals up to 6 years. Deadline for application submission: 26/04/2021. More info

9

Mar

2021

The JRC is recruiting a Scientific Officer with expertise in diffuse soil pollution. Details of the post and application can be found here. Deadline for application submission is 14 April 2021.

9

Mar

2021

There is a new version of the PERSAM tool (v3.0.5) for predicting environmental concentrations of pesticides in top-soil. In support of the EFSA Guidance Document for predicting environmental concentrations of active substances of plant protection products in soil (EFSA, 2017

22

Feb

2021

The JRC is recruiting a Scientific Officer for the development of an integrated soil monitoring system. Details of the post and application can be found here. Deadline for application submission is 15 March 2021.

17

Feb

2021

Land degradation in global arable lands: data and peer-reviewed paper.

3

Feb

2021

The European Commission has launched an online public consultation on the development of a new EU Soil Strategy. (Feedback period: 02 February 2021 - 28 April 2021)

21

Jan

2021

Mercury assessment in EU topsoils. A new Hg dataset at 250m resolution is available as described in the recent publication.

11

Jan

2021

Multispectral reflectance data on LUCAS 2015 are available

16

Nov

2020

The EU Soil Observatory was launched on Friday 4 December 2020. See Launch Event.

6

Nov

2020

Today the European Commission has published the roadmap for the new Soil Strategy. It welcomes stakeholders’ feedback via the ‘have your say’ website until 3 December 2020.

29

Oct

2020

On 10 September 2020, the European Soil Partnership held its Seventh Plenary Meeting (online). Agenda, input documents, presentations and final report of the meeting are available from this site.

20

Oct

2020

Reconstruction of past erosivity and trend detection. Modelled datasets on past erosivity (1961-2018) are available

7

Oct

2020

LUCAS 2015 Topsoil data are released, containing soil properties data (texture, coarse fragments, pH, OC, CaCO3, N, P, K, EC (Electrical conductivity)) for 21,859 samples in EU. 

16

Sep

2020

Publications in Journals include more than 280 published papers from the Soil Group in the JRC.

11

Sep

2020

Global phosphorus losses due to soil erosion. P loss for arable soils, due to erosion by water, globally of approximately 5.9 kg ha-1 yr-1. A research article published in Nature Communications has published. Data are also available