Modelling SoilMAT-ters

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Abstract

The Soil Management Assessment Tool (SoilMAT) is being developed as part of the soils work in the Scottish Government’s Rural, Environment Science and Analytical Services (RESAS) Division 2016 - 2021 programme.
SoilMAT can model the fate of carbon and nutrients in the soil/ plant system by predicting the response of soils to external change by environmental-drivers, e.g. land use and climate. This enables an assessment of the relationships between soils and water quality, climate change and agriculture to be made. It is envisaged that results may be used to directly inform policy and/ or planning decisions.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2018
EventEuropean Geosciences Assembly 2018 - Vienna International Conference Centre, Vienna, Austria
Duration: 8 Apr 201813 Apr 2018
https://egu2018.eu/home.html

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ConferenceEuropean Geosciences Assembly 2018
Abbreviated titleEGU2018
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period8/04/1813/04/18
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soil management
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soil
soil quality
agriculture
water quality
land use
climate change
nutrient
carbon
climate

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Brand, A., Smith, J., Nayak, D. R., & Lilly, A. (2018). Modelling SoilMAT-ters. Poster session presented at European Geosciences Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria.

Modelling SoilMAT-ters. / Brand, Alison; Smith, Joanne; Nayak, Dali Rani; Lilly, Allan.

2018. Poster session presented at European Geosciences Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria.

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Brand, A, Smith, J, Nayak, DR & Lilly, A 2018, 'Modelling SoilMAT-ters' European Geosciences Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria, 8/04/18 - 13/04/18, .
Brand A, Smith J, Nayak DR, Lilly A. Modelling SoilMAT-ters. 2018. Poster session presented at European Geosciences Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria.
Brand, Alison ; Smith, Joanne ; Nayak, Dali Rani ; Lilly, Allan. / Modelling SoilMAT-ters. Poster session presented at European Geosciences Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria.1 p.
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