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WORKSHOP: Delivering Effective Rehabilitation: Monitoring and Manipulating the Soil Biota for Success Workshop

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Today's date is Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Delivering Effective Rehabilitation: Monitoring and Manipulating the Soil Biota for Success Workshop : Workshop held prior to the Mine Closure Conference Other events...
This is a one day workshop designed for environmental mangers, regulators and consultants who wish to understand more about how the biology of the soil functions and how it can be used in the monitoring and management of mine site rehabilitation. Workshop objectives: On the successful completion of the workshop the participants will be able to: understand the size, composition and activity of the soil biological community and its control on plant community assembly and growth, understand the roles of different trophic levels of the soil biota and their roles in nutrient cycling and decomposition processes, recognise the importance of plant-microbe symbioses and how these can be manipulated, know what is required to monitor soil ecological development in context.
Speaker(s) Profs Mark Tibbett and Jim Harris, Cranfield University; Jeff Battigelli, Stantec Consulting, Canada
Location Sofitel Brisbane Central Hotel, Brisbane, Australia
Contact Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Irene Neskudla <[email protected] > : 08 6488 3300
URL https://www.mineclosure2012.com/associated_workshops
Start Mon, 24 Sep 2012 08:00
End Mon, 24 Sep 2012 17:00
Submitted by Matylda Thomas <[email protected]>
Last Updated Thu, 21 Jun 2012 15:11
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