CML researchers contribute to development of Global Soil Biodiversity Atlas
CML researchers has contributed to development of the first-ever Global Soil Biodiversity Atlas , which has been published recently by the European Joint Research Centre (EU JRC) and the Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative (GSBI).
For a first time the atlas maps the soil biodiversity of the entire planet, and provide s comprehensive analysis of human-induced threats to soil organisms and soil functioning, facilitating development of new policies to protect soil and soil organisms.
Prominent ecologists from all around the World, including CML researchers, Maarten Schrama, Peter van Bodegom and Nadia Soudzilovskaia have contributed data and articles to the Atlas.
The Atlas can be freely downloaded from the website of EU-Bookshop in PDF-format.