Soil scientists should be working in interdisciplinary communities of practice and communicating with policy makers and the public to improve their image and keep pace with the modern networked economy, keynote speakers told delegates to SuperSoil2004.
The conference, held at the University of Sydney NSW, was attended by 370 people from Australia, New Zealand and several other countries. They shared their knowledge about the diversity and complexity of soil in almost 300 oral and poster papers.
- Australian Society of Soil Science Inc.www.asssi.asn.au
- New Zealand Society of Soil Science http://nzsss.rsnz.org
|SuperSoil Committee members at the conference (L to R) Graeme Tupper, Sue Wilkes, Heidi Flynn, Debbie Pack and Jonathan Gray.|