SOILCLIM, Managing soil biodiversity and ecosystem services in agroecosystems across Europe under climate change
Major climate change models predict changing rainfall patterns, with reduced summer rain. SOILCLIM will study the effects of reduced rainfall on soil biodiversity and ecosystem services over a European transect of climatic conditions and soil properties and under different long-term fertilization strategies.
|Effective start/end date||2017/01/01 → 2019/12/31|
- Lund University (lead)
- University of Tartu
- University of Göttingen
- CSIC Spanish National Research Council
- Research Institute of Organic Agriculture