Online training for a new generation of soil scientists
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Next week the Lancaster Environment Centre is hosting 24 PhD students for a residential training course on Soil Science 'The Soil Underfoot'.
The collaborative venture, between Lancaster and the British Society of Soil Science, is part of two newly funded NERC training courses running here this month and features a series of new films, shedding light on soil science.
Watch short films from Professor John Quinton and Professor Phil Haygarth on Soil Security and Water Transfer:
Lancaster will also launch a series of live webinars bringing the latest thinking in soil science to the public. Look out for #soilunderfoot.
Live Broadcasts from Soil Graduate Training School:
All lectures from Soil Science Graduate School available after the event.
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