EFI Bioregions event: Digital solutions for soil monitoring

21 March 2022. Online event.

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EFI Bioregions Facility will organise a new virtual Forestry Speed Dating session dedicated to “Digital solutions for soil monitoring“. Participants in this event will get in touch with those innovators behind digital solutions for soil monitoring and hear about how they can help forest stakeholders in monitoring their forest soils.

The next session will present 3 innovations and digital solutions that aim to monitor and ensure the maintenance of the productivity of forest plots, which in turn requires the conservation of soil resources, reducing or avoiding soil disturbance.

Agenda

The event will take place during the International Day of Forests on 21 March, from 10:00 to 11:10 (CET).

Content
10:00Introduction5 min
10:05Presentation and Q&A SOCiT app, by Matt Aitkenhead20 min
10:25Presentation and Q&A BefahrGut project, by Dirk Jaeger or Marian Schönauer20 min
10:45Presentation and Q&A LURSOIL app, by Nahia Gatzia20 min
11:05Breakout rooms with speakers22 min
11:27Closure and presentation of next event 3 min
11:30Continuation of breakout rooms according to availability    –

This Forestry Speed Dating is organised back-to-back with webinar Monitoring and Assessing Forest Health hosted by Forest Europe in observance of the International Day of Forests, 21 March 2022. The registration for this event is independent, so please check the information on the link above.

Register now for the Forestry Speed Dating event!

SOURCEEFI Bioregions Facility
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