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Soil is a key component in our terrestrial environment and plays a crucial part in the water, carbon and nutrient cycles and in the mobility of pollutants. As a filter for clean groundwater and as a habitat for an enormous variety of organisms, it also fulfils a number of indispensable functions for agricultural production.
To understand how the interactions of physical, chemical and biological processes contribute to these functions, this course offers an overview over important soil processes: Fluid flow, solute transport and matter turnover.
The following topics are covered in the course:
Lectures, exercises and group discussions
Participants should be open for mathematical and physical aspects of biological processes.
Participation fees do not apply to cooperation partners, i.e. PhD candidates of SENSE partner WIMEK.
The current conditions of participation and use apply.
Please note: In order to register, a personal account has to be created first.