KeynotesTNV2018-Keynote-312: Eric Brevik, 2018. Ecosystem Services: Connections to Soils and Human Health
TNV2018-Keynote-314: Damia Barcelo Culleres, 2018. The EU Globaqua Project on Multiple Stressors in Rivers under Water Scarcity and Global Change.Â A Reconnaissance Study in Selected European River Basins and theÂ Water-Energy-Food Nexus
TNV2018-Keynote-318: Panos Panagos et al., 2018. Soil erosion modelling: from European to Global scale
TNV2018-Keynote-319: Saskia Visser et al., 2018. The Soil; the engine behind the realisation of the SDGs
TNV2018-Keynote-322: Ruiter, Peter de, 2018. How Soil Biodiversity Govern Ecosystem Services
TNV2018-Keynote-325: Lucrezia Caon (NRL), 2018. The Global Soil Partnership
TNV2018-Keynote-328: Gary Sheridan et al., 2018. When wildfires and watersheds collide
CC1/2: Greenhouse gas removal through carbon sequestration in vegetation and soils / Organic matter the key to climate change mitigation?TNV2018-CC1/2-327: Heike Knicker, 2018. Organic matter, key to climate change mitigation?
WR1: Analysis and Fate of Emerging Contaminants in Water Soil and PlantsTNV2018-WR1-390: Rodrigo Alvarez Ruiz et al., 2018. Emerging pollutants in sewage sludge
WR2: Data-mining and methods for modeling and assessing state and fate of soil waterTNV2018-WR2-239: Aristides Moustakas et al., 2018. Trees shifting from competition to facilitation due to apparent climatic change
LD2: Land Degradation and Remediation: The State of the ArtTNV2018-LD2-339: Jesús Rodrigo-Comino et al., 2018. Updating field techniques to assess soil erosion in vineyards: ISUM (Improved Stock Unearthing Method)
TNV2018-LD2-348: Peña-Angulo, D, 2018. Analysis of the spatial variability of the relationships between rainfall, runoff, erosion and sediment yield and synoptic atmospheric patterns around the Mediterranean basin
TNV2018-LD2-445: Saskia Keesstra et al., 2018. Beech (Fagus Sylvatica L.) Versus Pine (Pinus Sylvestris L.). The Impact of Plants on Soil Water Repellency and Infiltration in Temperate Forest. The Wageningen Forest Study Site.
TNV2018-LD2-446: Albert-Belda, E. et al., 2018. Hydrological Impact of Innovative Barriers Derived from Industrial Vegetal Residues for Control Hillslope Erosion: Commercial Erosion Control Barriers (CECBS)
LD3: Modelling erosion by waterTNV2018-LD3-367: Dostál T. et al., 2018. Revision of currently used of values of Cover and Management factor C (USLE) using experimental methods
TNV2018-LD3-368: Maarten Wynants et al., 2018. Pinpointing areas of increased surface erosion following land cover changes using RUSLE modelling and sediment fingerprinting: a case study of the Lake Manyara basin, Tanzania
LD5: Restoration and rehabilitation of degraded lands in arid and semi-arid ecosystemsTNV2018-LD5-406: Irena D. Atanassova et al., 2018. Water repellency and heavy metal mobility and speciation in coal ash reclaimed hydrophobic technogenic soils (Technosols)
NBS1: Nature-based solutions for environmental social and economic challengesTNV2018-NBS1-371: Cerdà, A. et al., 2018. Nature-based solutions to control soil erosion need farmerâs incentives and education to be applied
NBS2: Connectivity in hydrology and sediment dynamics: concepts measuring modelling indices and societal implicationsTNV2018-NBS2-380: Nadia Ursino, 2018. The interrelation between ecological and eco-hydrological connectivity indexes demonstrates the relevance of different processes and feedbacks across scales and disciplines.
NBS3: Drones Internet of Things and Remote Sensing for Environmental MonitoringTNV2018-NBS3-392: Paolo Paron et al., 2018. Can drone footage be of help in hydrological analyses? A case from the Mara River Wetland in Tanzania.
SP2: Sustainable Development Goals and Soil policy and practical implementationTNV2018-SP2-389: Keesstra, S.D. et al., 2018. Land Degradation Neutrality and Restoration, how can we achieve that?
SP3: Stakeholder demands and perspectives in sustainable developmentTNV2018-SP3-387: Luciano Gristina et al., 2018. No till durum wheat yield success probability in Mediterranean climate: a methodological framework
ECO1: Mapping for soil sustainable managementTNV2018-ECO1-386: Paulo Pereira et al., 2018. Lithuanian National Ecosystem Services Assessment and Mapping (LINESAM)
ECO2: Grazing as a management tool to build cultural landscapesTNV2018-ECO2-401: Fernando T. Maestre, 2018. Evaluating the impacts of grazing and climate change on the structure and functioning of global drylands: the BIODESERT global survey
ECO3: A biophysical and socio-economic approach to the fate of the TerroirTNV2018-ECO3-376: Jesús Rodrigo-Comino et al., 2018. Ranking under-stock-weeding-machines for sloping vineyards by a bundle of measurement methods
TNV2018-ECO3-377: Jesús Rodrigo-Comino et al., 2018. Determining Soil Erosion Processes in Sloping Vineyards. A Comparison Between Ruwer-Mosel Valley (Trier, Germany) and Montes De MÃ¡laga (MÃ¡laga, Spain)
FIRE1: Fire effects on fluxes in the landscapeTNV2018-FIRE1-345: Cristina Santín et al., 2018. Wildfires in Spain in 2017 The rural population, victims and perpetrators
FIRE2: Wildfires in urban areasTNV2018-FIRE2-363: Lara Vilar et al., 2018. Land Use-Land Cover interfaces to model wildfire occurrence in Europe. Global and regional data sources for modelling
FIRE3: Effects of pre- and post-fire management on vegetation recoveryTNV2018-FIRE3-434: Khorchani, M. et al., 2018. Shrub clearings and extensive livestock: an action of the administration to control the fires in the Mediterranean mountain
CC3: Impacts of climate change on soils in drylands: recent advances and challenges aheadTNV2018-CC3-358: Cesar Plaza et al., 2018. Physical and chemical properties of soils and carbon pools in global drylands
SP4: Education in Environmental ScienceTNV2018-SP4-355: Roel Dijksma et al., 2018. Education in Environmental sciences