Latest developments in pedometric methods and applications of mathematical and statistical methods in the study of the distribution and genesis of soils.
To showcase innovative research on the mathematical spatial and temporal modeling of soil through interactive discussions and technical sessions.
To promote international interaction as well as student participation around emerging pedometric techniques, with specific examples from the tropics.
To encourage the recognition of the results from pedometric analyses on informing planning and management decisions and public policy.
Two days of workshops on Pedometric methods and digital soil mapping (100 USD).
Oral Sessions (limited to 15-20 minutes per talk to allow maximum participation and discussion)
Poster Session (Each presenter will be given an opportunity to highlight their poster during the conference)
Field trip to Laikipia Region of Kenya on soil monitoring and community land management (separate fee)
Tour of ICRAF Soil-Plant Spectral Diagnostics Laboratory
Two days of pre-conference data analysis workshops (separate fee)