This webpage was created as a result of one of the objectives of the “International Applied Soil and Plant Ecology Knowledge” (IntASEK) project. Interactions of soil and plant ecology with economy must consider wide bio-geographic differences and global challenges. At the same time, resource management decisions must be fitted to regional specifics and local needs. It is therefore important to transport the knowledge on these issues trans-nationally and -regionally to various fields of higher education and to establish links to potential users in agriculture, food processing, industries based on natural products but also to nature protection and environmental management. IntASEK project was initiated by five partners from four European countries. The partners have previously worked on EduSapMan project that ended in 2017. One of the objectives of that project was to establish Summer School "Soil & Water" that is continued by partners.
Learning/teaching materials in current learning toolbox are compiled by the IntASEK consortium partners.
The partners are as follows:
Estonian University of Life Sciences
Vice-rector of Studies, Prof. Endla Reintam & Prof. Alar Astover
University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Prof. Ing. Hana Šantrůčková & Dr. Zuzanna Urbanova
Aix-Marseille University, France
Prof. Dr. Virginie Baldy & Prof. Dr. Catherine Fernandesz
French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS)
Dr. Ilja Reiter
Ulm University, Germany
Prof. Dr. Marian Kazda & Dr. Philipp von Wrangell