Improving Soils = Improving Climate = Food Security = Resilience   Check out our new article – Networking our science to characterize the state, vulnerabilities, and management opportunities of soil organic matter Read article in Global Change Biology early view here. Read the press release here.  

Stanford, California, Feb 27 to March 3, 2017.  Fourteen scientists met to discuss and define research and data priorities for soil carbon science and for ISCN. Along with ISCN action group representatives and soil scientists with diverse research backgrounds, we drafted an article highlighting the converging needs of the soil carbon science and soil health communities… More

**December 7th, 2017 update: please note that if you signed up for the hackathon and/or the all-hands meeting and are not getting any emails from us, they might be going to your spam folder. For the all-hands meeting, all the logistical information is below.** _____________________ Greetings soil carbon lovers! There are three exciting ISCN related… More

ISRIC

  ISCN and ISRIC sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) After a vote from our scientific steering group (6 voted yes, 1 voted no), we have signed a MOU with ISRIC. Read the MOU here.

We thank Luke Nave for his hard work and service as ISCN coordinator for the last 7 years and welcome two new co-coordinators! Katherine Todd-Brown (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) will focus on data aggregation and strategic vision, and Avni Malhotra (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) will focus on communications and strategic vision.   Avni is an… More