The Educational Network on Soil and Plant Ecology and Management (EduSaPMan) is unique in Europe and is based on a partnership between four universities in Estonia, the Czech Republic, France and Germany. The project focusses on teaching in the field of soil science and plant ecology. Soils have received specific attention in Europe as they are the basis for plant production and provide numerous ecosystem services. Many human activities affect soil conditions in several ways. The resulting soil compaction, degradation, acidification and salt accumulation pose a threat to the functionality of ecosystems and plant productions - and ultimately to the food supply for our societies.
Our aim and approach are to establish a platform from a European-wide perspective, combining the expertise of our consortium members on Nordic, central European and dry Mediterranean environments.
If you are interested in
• Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership projects and/or
• Teaching and research in soil & water ecology
you are cordially invited to join our Erasmus+ Multiplier Event. In a diverse and interactive program, we will present the main topics and outcomes of our EduSAPMan project and outline future research and teaching possibilities (including bachelor, master and doctoral theses). Together with representatives from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), our national agency for Erasmus+, we would like to share informally our experience and provide you with an advice for planning and running a successful project with international strategic partners.
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