- Insightful meta-analysis: Hidden miners – the roles of cover crops and soil microorganisms in phosphorus cycling through agroecosystems
- Details released for next organic phosphorus workshop
- Unique opinion paper reflects on a collaborative discussion between three generations of scientists.
- Special issue in Plant and Soil published
- Abstract deadline extended to 15th May for PSP6!
Category Archives: Projects
Doctoral and postdoctoal opportunities at Environmental Biogeochemistry Laboratory at the University of Delaware
The Environmental Biogeochemistry Laboratory (http://sites.udel.edu/ebl/) at the University of Delaware has openings for two graduate students and a postdoctoral researcher. A short description of the positions and benefits is included below: Graduate students i) Source tracking of phosphorus in a … Continue reading
Deadline for Applications: Mon 7 March 2016 Funding Type: Directly Funded PhD Project (European Students Only) Type of Study: PhD Apply online Summary PhD Studentship & Secondment in China under the SEW-REAP Programme In recent years, China has significantly increased … Continue reading
Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, UK Salary: £32,600 to £37,768 Closing Date: Tuesday 08 March 2016 This senior research associate post is available under the ‘Hydroscape’ project, among the first of NERC’s new Highlight Topic projects. Hydroscape focusses … Continue reading
Save the dates: The International Organic Phosphorus Workshop, Lake District, England, 5-9th Sept 2016
Following on from the successful meeting held in “Panama in 2013, we are delighted to announce a follow-on workshop for soil, water, plant and environmental scientists to come together study and share ideas and innovation on the subject of “Organic Phosphorus … Continue reading
Re-posted from: http://landwaterblog.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/a-great-new-bbsrc-phosphorus-team.html (Saturday, 15 February 2014) The first team meeting of the new BBSRC project entitled “Exploiting root exudation of organic acids and phytases to enhance plant utilisation of soil phosphorus” was held in Lancaster University between 13-14 February 2014. It was a first … Continue reading