Institute full name:

Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation – State Research Institute

Institute acronym:

IUNG

Institute profile:

The Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation (IUNG) was founded in 1950. A tradition of agricultural research in Pulawy, however, goes back to the year 1862. IUNG is experienced in soil sciences and soil protection, environmental protection, farming and landscape management research. The Institute closely collaborates with national (Ministry of Environment; Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development) and regional administration in the development of sustainable strategies for agriculture, testing policy effects and implementing tools and databases for an improvement in decision-making processes. IUNG has led national monitoring programs for soil quality and agricultural drought.

Institute website

www.iung.pulawy.pl

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IUNG

Czartoryskich 8

24-100 Puławy

POLAND

Fax: +48-81 886 45 47

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Involved Personnel

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Dr. Grzegorz
Siebielec

Tel: 081 886 34 21 (311)

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Senior researcher in Soil Science and Land Protection Dept. Ph.D in agronomy. Research field: land use change, environmental protection, soil quality, soil

remediation.

 

M.Sc. Artur Łopatka

Tel: 081 886 34 21 (325)

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Senior researcher in Soil Science and Land Protection Dept. Research field: integrated modeling and databases, spatial analysis, agri-environmental policies.

 

M.Sc. Tomasz Miturski

Tel: 081 886 34 21 (325)

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Ph.D student in Soil Science and Land Protection Dept. Satellite image classification and interpretation, remote sensing, land use change, GIS.