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The importance of our SSS (…Soil Support Staff!) #9

The importance of our SSS (…Soil Support Staff!) #9

As we edge ever closer to the end of the year, here at EGU SSS, we are busy preparing for another excellent exhibition of soil science at next year’s EGU General Assembly. (Don’t forget to submit your abstracts by 12th January 2022). Of course, very little soils research could take place without the work carried out by technicians, laboratory assistants, and research support staff. Thi ...[Read More]

The importance of our SSS (…Soil Support Staff!) #8

The importance of our SSS (…Soil Support Staff!) #8

Our monthly series, Technician of the Month, is back after a restorative Summer break. This month, we continue on our quest to celebrate the wonderful work carried out by technicians, laboratory assistants, and research support staff in soil science. This monthly blog post is our opportunity to thank these key individuals, and their tireless efforts to maintain our laboratories, carry out fieldwor ...[Read More]

The importance of our SSS (…Soil Support Staff!) #7

The importance of our SSS (…Soil Support Staff!) #7

Let’s once again pause to celebrate the wonderful work carried out by technicians, laboratory assistants, and research support staff in soil science. This monthly blog post is our opportunity to thank these key individuals, and their tireless efforts to maintain our laboratories, carry out fieldwork, and make research happen! You can read our previous conversations with a diverse range of soil sci ...[Read More]

The importance of our SSS (…Soil Support Staff!) #6

The importance of our SSS (…Soil Support Staff!) #6

It’s May, and here at Soil System Science HQ we’re calming down after a busy yet fascinating fortnight at the General Assembly. Over the course of two weeks, we enjoyed many thousands of soil science presentations – each one representing a great contribution to our knowledge and understanding about the soil system. Of course, we should never forget that much of that research would not have b ...[Read More]