The colleagues of the Institute for Soil Sciences, in cooperation with the researchers of Eötvös Loránd University, developed a possible solutions to the decades-long problem of aerial archaeology based on the institute's soil data infrastructure.
The public body members of the responsible committees of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences elected eight colleagues of our Institute as voting committee members for the period from 2021 till 2023 during the elections held between December 10th and January 12th.
The joint research of the Department of Soil Mapping and Environmental Informatics, and the Department of Soil Chemistry and Turnover "Influence of the Shortening of the Winter Fertilization Prohibition Period in Hungary Assessed by Spatial Crop Simulation Analysis" has been published in journal Sustainibility.
Zsófia Adrienn Kovács, research assistant at TAKI, submitted an application led by László Pásztor (TAKI) and Tamás Tóth (Geomega Kft.) within the framework of the Eötvös Loránd University Doctoral School of Environmental Sciences, which received support on the basis of a proposal from the Cooperative Doctoral College.
Staff from the Department of Soil Mapping and Environmental Informatics and the Department of Soil Physics and Water Management have successfully contributed to an international initiative launched by the Global Soil Partnership (GSP) to produce a 1-kilometer resolution world map of salt-affected soils.