SSS1.5Environment science, public perception, stakeholders and policy makers
|Convener: Paulo Pereira | Co-Conveners: Panos Panagos , Agata Novara , Sigbert Huber , Aleksandra Tomczyk|
Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Chairperson: Paulo Pereira and Sigbert Huber
How can the struggling research community adapt to the information age?
The contribution of the European Society for Soil Conservation (ESSC) to scientific knowledge, education and sustainability
Carmelo Dazzi, Michael A. Fullen, Edoardo A.C. Costantini, Sid Theocharopoulos, Jane Rickson, Raimonds Kasparinskis, Giuseppe Lo Papa, Guenola Peres, Thomas Sholten, Adam Kertész, Ivan Vasenev, Mihail Dumitru, Wim Cornelis, and José L. Rubio
The contribution of Japanese Soil Science Societies to scientiﬁc knowledge, education and sustainability: Good practices in the International Year of Soils 2015 towards the International Decade of Soils.
Takashi Kosaki, Toru Matoh, Kazuyuki Inubushi, and Katsutoshi Sakurai
The UK Soil Observatory (UKSO) and mySoil app: crowdsourcing and disseminating soil information.
David Robinson, Patrick Bell, Bridget Emmett, Panos Panagos, Russell Lawley, and Wayne Shelley
Education and Policy in Soil Science: The U.S. Experience
Andrew Sharpley, Harold van Es, Richard Dick, Ellen Bergfeld, Karl Anderson, Susan Chapman, and Susan Fisk
KLIMOPASS: Water-use conflicts during periods of low flow – a stakeholder analysis of the rivers Murg and Kocher in Baden-Wuerttemberg and sustainable recommendations for action
Florian Zeitler, Markus Dotterweich, and Benno Rothstein
Stakeholder risk perception associated with natural hazards in Iași County (Romania)
Mihai Ciprian Margarint, Mihai Niculita, Giulia Roder, and Paolo Tarolli