Lunch Seminar “A light issue: microbial impacts upon the architecture of the soil:atmosphere interface” - 17 Nov

Last changed: 04 November 2016

Prof. Karl Ritz - Soil Biology, University of nottingham (UK)

Karl Ritz is a soil ecologist, professor of Soil Biology at the University of Nottingham, UK and is the current chief editor of the journal of Soil Biology and Biochemistry. From his personal website: “One of my key concepts is that of soil architecture, and my work on visualising how soil systems are organised in space and time - both literally and conceptually - has revealed many new insights into how life belowground is organised, and the functional consequences of this for the earth system.... and all our futures.”


Please join us for a free lunch and seminar, followed by discussion.


Katrin Rychel, Minh Anh Nguyen and Jenna Senecal

Register for lunch (free of charge) by e-mail to Katrin no later than the 10th of November at 15:00. Please inform if you wish to have vegetarian or vegan food, or have any kind of allergies or dietary restrictions. Lunch is served at 12.30 and the seminar starts at 13.00. Lunch will be served in the room adjacent to where the seminar will be held in Loftet.


Time: 2016-11-17, 13:00 - 14:00

City: Uppsala

Location: Löftets stora sal (above Ulls restaurang)

Arranger: FoSW

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Note that the lunch is served later than previous FoSW seminars (12:30) and the half hour seminar will begin at 13:00, wrapping up discussion by 14:00.