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CIRCASA 2nd Annual meeting - Slides

CIRCASA 2nd Annual meeting - Slides
The second General Assembly of CIRCASA project was held in Wageningen, The Netherlands on the 4th and 6th March 2020. During the meeting, organized back-to-back with the GRA- Integrative Research Group (IRG) meeting, CIRCASA members had the opportunity to gather the project findings, results and to discuss the next steps to take for the Consortium.

You will find here the slides presented during our meeting

Joint GRA Integrative Research Group – CIRCASA activities

4 p1000 general presentation - Paul Luu

GRA Joining forces on the role of soils for mitigation and adaptation in the Netherlands- Carla Boonstra

AgMIP work on adaptation and partnership with GRA for mitigation - Erik Mencos & Roberto Valdivia 

European Joint Program on Agricultural Soils - Claire Chenu

CIRCASA: towards an International Research Consortium - Cristina Arias-Navarro

GRA activities on soil carbon - Beverley Henry & Hayden Montgomery

CIRCASA: Towards an International Research Consortium (IRC) on agricultural soil carbon sequestration

Soils in the European Union Green Deal

A Mission for the EU on Soil Health and Food - Cees Veerman (former Dutch Agriculture Minister)

Soils in the EU Green Deal - Luca Montanarella

An update on soils in the EC research programs - Annette Schneegans

An IRC on soil carbon sequestration in the roadmap for Horizon Europe - Jean-François Soussana

CIRCASA project first results

Introduction - Cristina Arias-Navarro

WP1: Strengthening the research community - Matthias Kuhnert

WP2: Stakeholder’s knowledge and research needs - Ana Frelih- Larsen

WP3: Facilitating the establishment of an International Research Consortium (IRC) - Luca Montanarella

WP4: Communications and Outreach - Peter Kuikman

Strategic Research Agenda for an International Research Consortium on Soil Carbon - Jean-François Soussana

Framework for a global monitoring system for soil organic carbon dynamics

The soil data component: SoilGrids carbon stocks - Laura Poggio (ISRIC)

The remote sensing component: NIVA project: SAFYE-CO2 model - Gaétan Pique (CESBIO)

Integrating through big data approaches: AgriCircle new soil sampling method - Peter Fröhlich (AgriCircle)

Dynamic soil carbon modelling - Mike Grundy (CSIRO)

Data interoperability: DATA4C+ project - Julien Demenois (CIRAD)

Soil carbon innovative measurements with spectroscopy - Fenny van Egmond  (ISRIC)

Vision on international innovation supporting soil carbon sequestration

French low carbon label - Gecica Yogo (INRAE, ADEME project)

DSCATT, African project example - Remi Cardinael (CIRAD)

Technologies - Suzanne Reynders (INRAE, Climate-KIC)

Business models and value chain - Mathieu Nogues (INRAE)

Vision on international science breakthroughs on agricultural soil carbon

FACCE JPI programs on soils - Heather Mckhann (FACCE JPI, INRAE)

EJP soil external calls and science roadmap - Saskia Visser (WUR)

How can we involve research agencies outside the EU? Country Examples

Australian example - Mile Grundy (CSIRO)

Russian example - Anna Kontoboytseva (MSU)

UK example - Matthias Kuhnert (ABDN) & Steven Banwart (Leeds)

African example - Tantely Razafimbelo (Uni Antanarivo)

Vision on online collaborative tools

CIRCASA Online Collaborative Platform (OCP) - Sari Tanikawa (INRAE)