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Ecosystem services driven by the diversity of soil biota – understanding and management in agriculture – The Biodiversa SoilMan-Project

AutorPotthoff, Martin; Pérès, Guénola; Taylor, Astrid; Schrader, Stefan; Landa, Blanca B. ; Nicolai, Annegret; Sandor, Mignon; Öptik, Maarja; Guzmán, Gema ; Bergmann, Holger; Cluzeau, Daniel; Banse, Martin; Bengtsson, Jan; Guernion, Muriel; Zaller, Johann G.; Roslin, Tomas; Scheu, Stefan; Gómez Calero, José Alfonso
Fecha de publicación2017
EditorEuropean Geosciences Union
CitaciónGeophysical Research Abstracts 19: EGU2017-5356 (2017)
ResumenSoil biota diversity is ensuring primary production in terrestrial ecosystems and agricultural productivity. Water and nutrient cycling, soil formation and aggregation, decomposition and carbon sequestration as well as control of pest organisms are important functions in soil that are driven by biota and biota interactions. In agricultural systems these functions support and regulate ecosystem services directed to agricultural production and agricultural sustainability. A main goal of future cropping systems will be to maintain or raise agricultural productivity while keeping production sustainable in spite of increasing food demands and ongoing soil degradation caused by inappropriate soil management practices. Farm based tools that farmers use to engineer soils for plant production depend as soil management factors on decisions by farmers, which are triggered by regional traditions, knowledge and also by agriculture policies as a governance impact. However, biological impacts on soil fertility and soil health are often neglected or overseen when planning and shaping soil management in annual cropping systems or perennial systems like vineyards. In order to get progress in conservation farming and in agricultural sustainability not only knowledge creation is in need, but also a clash of perspectives has to be overcome within the societies (generals public, farmers associations, NGOs) The talk will present the conception of the recently startet SoilMan-project and summaries selected results from current and recent European research projects.
DescripciónTrabajo presentado en la European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU 2017), celebrada en Viena del 23 al 28 de abril de 2017.
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