BonaRes” is short for “Soil as a sustainable resource for the bioeconomy”. In this funding initiative of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) the focus is on the sustainable use of soils as a limited resource. The ultimate goal of BonaRes is to extend the scientific understanding of soil ecosystems and to improve the productivity of soils and other soil functions while developing new strategies for a sustainable use and management of soils. The BonaRes Portal provides information about the BonaRes projects, access to data, knowledge and models, as well as to decision support options for a sustainable soil management.

 

January 27, 2023

New SIGNAL publication: Multifunctionality of temperate alley-cropping agroforestry outperforms open cropland and grassland

Veldkamp E., Schmidt M., Markwitz C., Beule L., Beuschel R., Biertümpfel A., Bischel X., Duan X., Gerjets R., Göbel L., Graß R., Guerra V.,...

January 06, 2023

BonaRes Data workshop - recap

ZALF BonaRes-Centre held a virtual workshop on research data management on December 13th, 2022. - Let's be FAIR with Data -   The event...

December 13, 2022

'Climate change impacts on long-term field experiments in Germany'

New paper of the BonaRes-Centre-ZALF team published in Agricultural Systems by Elsevier.

December 04, 2022

Livestream: Soil of the Year 2023 Ceremony

*** only in German***

December 02, 2022

Vacancy: Scientist to -  Analyse factors determining future soil health in European regions (m/f/d)

The Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) with the research group Impact Assessment (Research Area 3) offers a up to 100...