Soil is our vital resource yet we tend to overlook it. Most people have contact with soil daily, even if only walking over it, but will rarely consider its value. In this presentation, Jenny Jones explores just how exciting and necessary this "forgotten science" really is.
Dr Jenny Jones is currently an Honorary Research Fellow at the Liverpool John Moores School of Natural Sciences.
Joint event with Huddersfield and Halifax GA.
This event has been organised by the Yorkshire and North East regional committee.
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