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The Spanish Society of Soil Science: Main projects and activities developed during the last years

AuthorsPorta, J.; Mataix-Solera, Jorge; Ortiz-Bernad I.; Arbelo, C. D.; Díaz-Raviña, M.; Badia, D.; Alcañiz, Josep M.; Santos, Fernando; Hermosín, M.C. ; Barral-Silva, M.T.
Issue Date23-Apr-2017
PublisherEuropean Geosciences Union
CitationGeophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 19, EGU2017-12253-2 (2017)
AbstractThe Spanish Society of Soil Science (in Spanish: Sociedad Española de la Ciencia del Suelo, SECS) was founded in 1947 by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) to promote cohesion and collaboration between soil science professionals, and with an innovative spirit and a willingness to serve the society. The objectives are: to promote the study, knowledge, research and protection of the soil; to spread, from a scientific point of view, the role played by the soil in favour of society, through ecosystem services such as the production of food and raw materials; The SECS also focus on the protection of other habitats and the conservation of our archaeological heritage; and to preserve knowledge of the soil, its management and use, both from the production and environmental point of view, leading to the optimization of its capabilities. The activities and services of the SECS are accessible on the web site www.secs.com.es, which is continually updated. In this contribution, we will show some examples of recent projects and activities developed by the SECS such as: the edition of the Spanish Journal of Soil Science (SJSS) since 2011; books like the white book on “Tratamiento del suelo en los libros de texto de ESO y Bachillerato en España” available in http://www.secs.com.es/archivo/libro-suelo.pdf, in which the term “Soil” is analysed in many secondary school books (152) in the Spanish education system; conferences, courses, exhibitions, expositions, calendars, the comic “Vivir en el suelo” in diferent languages, and diverse material to promote and disseminate the importance of the soil to the society; and last but not least, the Multingual Soil Science Dictionary (Spanish, Catalan, Gallician and Potuguese with translations in English and French (in process)) available online: http://cit.iec.cat/GLOSECS/inici.html. The promotion of student teams for soil science contests, the SECS Award to attend the Simposio Latinoamericano de Enseñanza y Educación en Ciencia del Suelo (SLCS, Quito, 2016) and other activities, such as incentives for young students, are also some of the strategies to promote the soil, together with an annual award to the best PhD thesis supervised by SECS members. These and other examples will be shown during the session with the main aim of exchanging ideas among soil societies to promote the soil. Access in www.secs.com.es.
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