Our publication trees permit to visualize what the project is producing to communicate outputs and outcomes to a wide variety of stakeholders and the public. Each time LANDMARK publishes a scientific paper this will give birth to a new publication tree.

Discover a publication tree starting from the root represented by a scientific paper, reading the technical articles represented by several branches and finish enjoying  some leaves ( video, conferences, social media, etc).

Publication Tree n°1 – Project proposal
Publication Tree n°2 – Managing Soil Functions from Local to Continental Scale
Publication Tree n°3 – The elusive role of soil quality in nutrient cycling
Publication Tree n °4 – The Impact of Policy Instruments on Soil Multifunctionality in the European Union
Publication Tree n°5 – Functional Land Management: Bridging the Think-Do-Gap
Publication Tree n°6 – Gap assessment in current soil monitoring networks across Europe for measuring soil functions
PUBLICATION TREE N 7 – Assessment of Benefits of Conservation Agriculture on Soil Functions in Arable Production Systems in Europe
PUBLICATION TREE N 8 – Using data mining techniques to model primary productivity from international long-term ecological research (ILTER) agricultural experiments in Austria
PUBLICATION TREE N 9 – Harvesting European knowledge on soil functions and land management using Multi Criteria Decision Analysis
Publication tree nº 10 – Development of an Agricultural Primary Productivity Decision Support Model: A Case Study in France
Publication tree nº 11 – Demands on land: Mapping competing societal expectations for the functionality of agricultural soils in Europe
Publication tree nº 12 – A Field-Scale Decision Support System for Assessment and Management of Soil Functions 
Publication tree nº 13 – Modeling of Soil Functions for Assessing Soil Quality: Soil Biodiversity and Habitat Provisioning
Publication tree nº 14 – Assessing the Climate Regulation Potential of Agricultural Soils Using a Decision Support Tool Adapted to Stakeholders’ Needs and Possibilities

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