Soil & sediment group launched


Our new working group, Global Soil & Sediment transfers in the Anthropocene (GloSS), will integrate the domains of geomorphology, paleoecology, archaeology, and history to investigate past human-landscape interactions and the sustainable use of soils, sediments, and river systems.

GloSS will analyze the global pattern of anthropogenic soil erosion and the transfer and storage of sediment and determine the sensitivity of soil resources and sediment routing systems to varying land use types under contrasting climate regimes and socio-ecological settings.

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