Pedology isotope biogeochemistry, impact of climate and life on earth processes, soils in biogeochemical cycles, human impacts on soils and ecosystems
The Earth has entered the Anthropocene, a geologic epoch where humans are altering the face of the planet on a scale rivaled only by past meteor impacts or glacial cycles. These are therefore exciting and important times for earth scientists, a period requiring multidisciplinary research to understand the functioning of the present global system, a need to project the Earth’s future, and the skill to conveying this message effectively and clearly to the public.
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