“土壤发生和分类研究的现状和未来需要”国际学术研讨会

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Introduction
Soil genesis, as an essential part of pedology, is a classical branch of soil science. Numerous knowledge has been generated from pedogenesis studies and based on which, our understanding of soil system in space and time has evolved continuously. However, classical studies in soil science such as pedogensis have faced challenges as more environment-oriented problem-solving applied researches raised by modern society dominate the current soil related studies. The sector of soil genesis and classification has been kept in a low profile for the last decade.
However, new theories and technologies, emerging interdisciplinary aspects esp. on global change, interactive aspect of the relationship between soil and human beings, etc., has brought up new opportunities in pedogenesis study, especially for a higher time and spatial resolution and in a more quantitative way. New fields such as environmental pedology, eco-pedology and environmental modeling are becoming increasingly attractive.
Soil classification is a prerequisite of soil resource inventory but until now there is not yet a globally practiced system. Although Soil Taxonomy, World Reference Base for Soil Resources and national soil classification systems such as Chinese Soil Taxonomy are keeping moving, new ideas shifting from Boolean to fuzzy logistics in recognizing and organizing soils have emerged and are being increasingly tested in different parts of the world.
This workshop will provide such a forum for the above-mentioned topics.
Workshop scope
Soil genesis in extreme (cold, warm, arid, wet) environments
Anthropedogenesis and soil change in human domain
Paleosols and records of past environmental change
New indicators for the characterization of soil genetic properties and processes
Environmental pedology and eco-pedology
Future of soil classification
Reference base of soil classification systems
Others
 
Organizer
Commission of Soil Genesis (C1.3), International Union of Soil Science
Commission of Soil Genesis, Classification and Geography, Soil Science Society of China
Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 
Sponsors
National Natural Science Foundation of China
Soil Science Society of China
Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Organizing committee
Chairman:
Prof. Dr. G.-L. Zhang, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Members:
Prof. Dr. Q.-B. Wang, Shenyang Agricultural University
Prof. Dr. K.-N. Wu, China Geology University
Prof. Dr. L.-J. Deng, Sichuan Agricultural University
Prof. Dr. M.-K. Zhang, Zhejiang University
Prof. Dr. J. Chen, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Secretary:
Mr. Y.-G. Zhao, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ms. J.-L. Yang, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 
Scientific committee
Prof. Dr. W. Burghardt, University of Duisberg-Essen, Chairman of D3, IUSS
Prof. C.-F. Cai, Huazhong Agricultural University
Prof. Dr. Z.-S. Chen, Taiwan University
Dr. H. Eswaran, USDA-NRCS-World Soil Resources
Prof. Z.-T. Gong, Institute of Soil Science, CAS
Prof. Y.-R. He, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS
Prof. Dr. A. Mermut, University of Saskatchewan, Chairman of D1, IUSS
Prof. Dr. C.-Q. Song, Natural Science Foundation of China
Prof. Dr. X.-Z. Shi, Institute of Soil Science, CAS
Dr. J. Sobocka, Soil Science and Conservation Research Institute, Slovakia
Prof. Dr. V. Targulian, Moscow State University, Chairman of C1.3, IUSS
Prof. Dr. G. Wessolek, Technical University of Berlin
Prof. Dr. F.-R. Zhang, China Agricultural University
Prof. J.-P. Zhong, Xinjiang Agricultural University
 
Date and Venue
The workshop will be held at Sep.22-24, 2005, in Nanjing, at the conference room of Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 71 Beijingdonglu, Nanjing 210008, China
 
General programme
Sept. 22, 2005: Oral presentation
Sept. 23, 2005: Oral presentation and general discussion
Sept. 24, 2005: One day excursion, investigating columnar basalt outcrop and differential weathering, thick loess deposit and paleosols.
 
Registration
Make registration by email. Please prepare a one page (A4) abstract and send to:
ygzhao@issas.ac.cn, Tel: +86-25-86881299, Fax: +86-25-86881000
before Sept. 1, 2005.
The registration fee of 100 USD can be paid while present.
 
Accommodations
Hotel: Twenty five (25) USD per night per standard room. Walking distance to meeting. Higher standard (50 – 100 USD) available by car.
 

“土壤发生和分类研究的现状和未来需要”国际学术研讨会
--暨2005年中国土壤学会土壤发生、分类和土壤地理专业委员会 学术研讨会
 
土壤发生和土壤分类是土壤学中最早的学科分支,它为理解土壤的形成和环境之间的关系、土壤在时间的进程和演变趋势、在空间中的分布规律和表达提供了重要的理论基础。然而,随着现代社会关注环境问题的应用研究主导了与土壤有关的研究,经典的土壤发生和分类研究面临着极大的挑战和困难。在过去十多年中,土壤发生和分类研究相对地处于非热点的地位。
然而,随着新理论和新技术的应用,学科交叉特别是全球变化领域带来的冲击,人类社会和土壤相互影响与土壤资源可持续利用之间的关系,等等,为土壤发生学带来了新的研究契机,特别是在获得更高的时间和空间分辨率,采用更加精确的定量手段方面。新的领域如环境土壤发生学、生态土壤发生学、定量环境模拟等正在成为新的热点。
土壤分类是土壤资源清单建立的前提,但迄今为止还没有一个全球公认的分类系统。虽然美国土壤系统分类、世界土壤资源参比基础和国家土壤分类系统如中国土壤系统分类一直在不断的改进之中,但在认识和组织土壤方面新的例如从二值逻辑向模糊逻辑转变的思想正在不断涌现并且在世界各地开始实践。
本次研讨会将为上述主题提供交流的机会。
 
会议主题
极端环境条件下的土壤发生
人为土壤发生过程和人类活动影响下的土壤变化
古土壤和过去环境变化的记录
表征土壤发生特性和过程的新指标
环境土壤发生学和生态土壤发生学
土壤分类的未来
土壤分类系统的参比基础
其他相关内容
 
组织者
国际土壤科学联合会,土壤发生委员会 (C1.3)
中国土壤学会,土壤发生、分类和土壤地理专业委员会
中国科学院南京土壤研究所
 
会议资助
国家自然科学基金委员会
中国土壤学会
中国科学院南京土壤研究所
 
 
组织委员会
主席:
张甘霖,中国科学院南京土壤研究所
成员:
王秋兵,沈阳农业大学
吴克宁,中国地质大学
邓良基,四川农业大学
章明奎,浙江大学
陈杰,中国科学院南京土壤研究所
秘书:
赵玉国,赵文君,杨金玲,中国科学院南京土壤研究所
 
科学委员会
W. Burghardt,德国埃森大学,国际土壤科学联合会第三部主席
H. Eswaran,美国农部自然资源保护处
A. Mermut,加拿大萨斯堪彻温大学,国际土壤科学联合会第一部主席
J. Sobocka,斯洛伐克土壤科学和保护研究所
V. Targulian,莫斯科大学
G. Wessolek,德国柏林工业大学
陈尊贤,台湾大学
龚子同,中国科学院南京土壤研究所
宋长青,国家自然科学基金委员会
史学正,中国科学院南京土壤研究所
蔡崇法,华中农业大学
张凤荣,中国农业大学
钟俊平,新疆农业大学
何毓蓉,中国科学院成都山地灾害与环境研究所
 
 
日期和地点
2005年9月22-24日,中国科学院南京土壤研究所
 
基本日程
2005年9月21日,报到,注册
2005年9月22日,口头报告
2005年9月23日,口头报告和综合讨论
2005年9月24日,会后考察,柱状玄武岩出露和风化,深厚黄土和古土壤
 
注册
9月1日前通过电子邮件注册。准备一页(A4)的英文摘要。
电子信箱地址:
注册费400元人民币。
 
会议住宿
金桥饭店,食宿费用自理,标准间180元。
 
联系人
赵玉国,210008,南京市北京东路71号,中国科学院南京土壤研究所
电话:025-86881299,传真:025-86881000,电子信箱:ygzhao@issas.ac.cn
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