This page contains an overview of papers that RECARE project partners are planning to submit to refereed journals, to public websites or to other public media under the 'flag' of the RECARE project, or in which the RECARE project is somehow involved.

This page is intended for all RECARE partners, to become aware of such a publication, and gives the opportunity to read, review and/or comment to the author(s) of the publication. There are two columns with dates; one is the date when the manuscript has been placed on this web page, the other date is the deadline when people are requested to respond. If no response has been received before the deadline, it is assumed that no RECARE partner objects to the publication.

The publication code within the RECARE project has been laid down in the 'Data sharing and publication in RECARE' - agreement that was agreed upon by all project partners at the beginning of the project.

Please note that manuscripts shared here are for your personal use only and are NOT to be shared with other parties outside of the consortium. We rely on your professionalism as scientist to keep this information strictly for yourself.

Please note that all 'RECARE papers' should contain the following acknowledgement:
‘The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 603498 (RECARE project).’

 

Author(s)

RECARE partner /
RECARE contact 

Partner # Paper Title Intended Journal

Submitted to
RECARE
website

Deadline for
responding
to RECARE
contact

1 M.T. Dominguez IRNAS-CSIC / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 19  Facilitation by shrubs for the afforestation of polluted agricultural soils in Mediterranean areas.
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 28-07-2014 28-08-2014
2 M.T. Dominguez IRNAS-CSIC / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 19 River banks and channels as hotspots of soil pollution after large-scale remediation of a river basin. Geoderma in brief 05-03-2015 20-03-2015
3 I.S.Panagea TUC/This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 02  Evaluation of soil salinity amelioration technologies in Timpaki, Crete: a participatory approach. Solid Earth discussions 12-10-2015 26-10-2015
4 G. Schwilch UNIBE / G. Schwilch 10 Operationalizing Ecosystem Services for the Mitigation of Soil Threats: A Proposed Framework. Ecological Indicators 01-02-2016 01-03-2016
5 Chiara Pituello UNIPD / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Nano to macro: changes in the pore architecture as induced by long-term crop residue management in three different soils Soil Tillage & Research 25-10-2016 08-11-2016

 

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