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PROviding new insighT into INteractions between soil fUnctions and Structure

Deliverables

Work plan for WP3

The partners meet or exchange via electronic media to reinforce every staff involved roles within this Work Package. Conclusions from WP2 are passed on. Any issues that may have arisen during WP2 are discussed and corrective actions are set in place.

WP2 Report

Partners will draft the WP2 report during the M12 workshop in Auckland. The report will be completed using electronic communication.

Progress report - 2

The progress report will be completed by all partners.

Work package work plan for WP2

The partners meet or exchange via electronic media to reinforce every staff involved roles within the Work Package.

Progress report -1

The progress report will be completed by all partners.

WP3 Report

The Consortium partners will complete the WP3 report using electronic communication.

Work package work plan WP4

The partners meet or exchange via electronic media to reinforce every staff involved roles within this Work Package. Conclusions from WP3 are passed on. Any issues that may have arisen during WP3 are discussed and corrective actions are set in place.

Work package work plan WP5

The partners meet or exchange via electronic media to reinforce every staff involved roles within this Work Package. Conclusions from WP4 are passed on. Any issues that may have arisen during WP4 are discussed and corrective actions are set in place. Roles for final reporting are distributed.

WP4 Report

The WP4 draft report will be submitted to partners for feedback at the end of the Workshop in Japan. A final report will be completed via electronic communication.

Workshop in New Zealand

The Workshop in Auckland will close WP2. partners will communicate their findings and exchange on potential improvements and directions to follow to ensure WP3 timely completion. The WP1 report will be drafted durinjg special sessions of the workshop.

WP5 and Final report

Reports will be collated, reviewed and finalised via electronic communication.

Workshop Auckland

The Workshop in Auckland will close WP3. Partners will communicate their findings and exchange on potential improvements and directions to follow to ensure WP4 timely completion. The WP1 report will be drafted durinjg special sessions of the workshop.

Summer School in Grenoble

The summer is aimed towards the postgraduate and doctoral students of the respective partners and/or affiliated postgraduate schools. The consortium partners will give theoretical and applied lectures related to the PROTINUS project content. A public lecture open to the wider audience will be planned.

Workshop in Japan

The Workshop in Japan will see the partners communicating on findings of transdisciplinary approaches applied ton theory/pratical processes. The workshop will aim to formally introduce a unified trans-disciplinary approach. The WP3 report will be drafted during special sessions of the workshop.

winter School Padova

The Summer School in Padova will see the partners gathering again and exchanging on the impact on imaging, analysis, modelling and conceptualisation processes based on our trans-disciplinary approach. Advanced lectures on the above topics will be offered to all participants.

MSc courses in Auckland/Grenoble/ Mexico

The project's partners will offer to the postgraduate students of their respective University a set of lectures encompassing the research areas and findings so far of the PROTINUS project.

Workshop Grenoble

The First workshop of this project will be the first formal meeting for all project members. Each group will present their findings so far and current directions as well as exchange with all other colleagues.

Summer school Grenoble

This summer school will introduce theoretical and experimental notions of trans-disciplinary research to a student, academic and professional audience.

Implement an online dissemination infrastructure

The project’s dissemination infrastructure will stand on two main pillars: digital media (website, video clips, other electronic materials), and public relations (communication with public and mass media and social networks through for example, Facebook, Twitter, Viadeo, Linkedin,).

Publications

Study of spatiotemporal soil organic matter dynamics using X-ray μCT and contrast agent

Author(s): Piccoli I., Dal Ferro N., Delmas P., Squartini A., Berti A., Morari F.
Published in: 6th International Symposium on Soil Organic Matter, 2017

Analysis of unsaturated properties of a sandy soil using X-Ray CT

Author(s): E. Shiota, L. Oxarango, L. Chang, P. Delmas, T. Mukunoki
Published in: . JEMP (Journées d’Etude des Milieux Poreux), Biarritz, France, 12-14 October 2016, 2016

Comparative study of five boundary treatment schemes for stationary complex boundaries in the lattice Boltzmann method

Author(s): J. Wu, A-J. Tinet, L. Scholtès, M.A. Buès
Published in: JEMP (Journées d’Etude des Milieux Poreux), Biarritz, France, 12-14 October 2016, 2016

3D imaged soil pore morphology and SPH simulated water flow

Author(s): Alfonso Gastelum Strozzi, Céline Duwig, Patrice Delmas, Laurent Oxarango, Blanca Prado, Jorge Marquez
Published in: European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018, Issue Vol. 20, 2018, Page(s) EGU2018-12390

Carbon content and pore network of a silt loam soil under different agricultural management practices

Author(s): Karin Müller, Nicola Dal Ferro, Craig Tregurtha, Filippo Zanini, Simone Carmignato, Francesco Morari
Published in: European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018, Issue Vol 20, 2018, Page(s) EGU2018-12509

Relationship between Soil Enzyme Activities and Properties with Soil Water Repellency

Author(s): Robert M Simpson, Karen Mason, Kyle Robertson, Karin Müller
Published in: NZ Soil Science Society Conference - Diverse soils, productive landscapes, Napier. 3-6 December 2018, 2018

The Relation between Soil Water Repellency and Water Content can be Predicted by Vis–NIR Spectroscopy

Author(s): Hermansen C, Moldrup P, Müller K, Knadel M, Greve MH, Wollesen de Jonge L
Published in: International Soils Meeting, January 6-9, 2019, San Diego, CA, 2019

Predicting Glyphosate Sorption across New Zealand Pastoral Soils Using Basic Soil Properties and Vis–NIR Spectroscopy

Author(s): Hermansen C, Moldrup P, Müller K, Knadel M, Greve MH, Wollesen de Jonge L
Published in: International Soils Meeting, January 6-9, 2019, San Diego, CA, 2019

Effect of long-term irrigation and cultivation practices on X-ray CT and gas transport derived pore-network characteristics

Author(s): Müller K., N. Dal Ferro, S. Katuwal, C. Tregurtha, F. Zanini, S. Carmignato, L.Wollesen de Jonge, P. Moldrup: F. Morari
Published in: NZ Soil Science Society Conference - Diverse soils, productive landscapes, Napier. 3-6 December 2018, 2019

X-ray computed microtomography on contrast-enhanced soil samples as aproxy for soil organic matter and microorganisms interactions study

Author(s): I. Picoli, N. Dal Ferro, A. Squartini, P. Delmas, A. Berti, F. Morari
Published in: 42° Confresso Nazionale, Il Suolo al servizio degli ecosistemi, 2017

Characterising and linking X-ray CT derived macroporosity parameters to infiltration in soils with contrasting structures

Author(s): Karin Müller, Sheela Katuwal, Iain Young, Malcolm McLeod, Per Moldrup, Lis Wollesen de Jonge, Brent Clothier
Published in: Geoderma, Issue Volume 313, 2018, Page(s) Pages 82–91, ISSN 0016-7061
DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2017.10.020

From Real Soils to 3D-Printed Soils: Reproduction of Complex Pore Network at the Real Size in a Silty-Loam Soil

Author(s): N. Dal Ferro, F. Morari
Published in: Soil Science Society of America Journal, Issue 79/4, 2015, Page(s) 1008, ISSN 0361-5995
DOI: 10.2136/sssaj2015.03.0097

Visualization and Characterization of Heterogeneous Water Flow in Double-Porosity Media by Means of X-ray Computed Tomography

Author(s): Z. Peng, C. Duwig, P. Delmas, J. P. Gaudet, A. Gastelum Strozzi, P. Charrier, H. Denis
Published in: Transport in Porous Media, Issue 110/3, 2015, Page(s) 543-564, ISSN 0169-3913
DOI: 10.1007/s11242-015-0572-z

Application of smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) and pore morphologic model to predict saturated water conductivity from X-ray CT imaging in a silty loam Cambisol

Author(s): N. Dal Ferro, A.G. Strozzi, C. Duwig, P. Delmas, P. Charrier, F. Morari
Published in: Geoderma, Issue 255-256, 2015, Page(s) 27-34, ISSN 0016-7061
DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2015.04.019

Comparison of theory and experiment for NAPL dissolution in porous media

Author(s): T. Bahar, F. Golfier, C. Oltéan, E. Lefevre, C. Lorgeoux
Published in: Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, Issue 211, 2018, Page(s) 49-64, ISSN 0169-7722
DOI: 10.1016/j.jconhyd.2018.03.004

Runoff and nutrient loss from a water-repellent soil

Author(s): Karin Müller, Karen Mason, Alfonso Gastelum Strozzi, Robert Simpson, Toshiko Komatsu, Ken Kawamoto, Brent Clothier
Published in: Geoderma, Issue 322, 2018, Page(s) 28-37, ISSN 0016-7061
DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.02.019

Organic carbon content controls the severity of water repellency and the critical moisture level across New Zealand pasture soils

Author(s): Cecilie Hermansen, Per Moldrup, Karin Müller, Peter Weber Jensen, Carlo van den Dijssel, Paramsothy Jeyakumar, Lis W. de Jonge
Published in: Geoderma, Issue 338, 2019, Page(s) 281-290, ISSN 0016-7061
DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.12.007

Effect of long-term irrigation and tillage practices on X-ray CT and gas transport derived pore-network characteristics

Author(s): Karin M�ller, Nicola Dal Ferro, Sheela Katuwal, Craig Tregurtha, Filippo Zanini, Simone Carmignato, Lis Wollesen de Jonge, Per Moldrup, Francesco Morari
Published in: Soil Research, 2018, ISSN 1838-675X
DOI: 10.1071/sr18210

Orchard management and preferential flow in Andosols – comparing two kiwifruit orchards in New Zealand

Author(s): Karin Müller, Céline Duwig, Anne-Julie Tinet, Alfonso Gastelum Strozzi, Lorenzo Spadini, Marie Christine Morel, Pascal Charrier
Published in: Soil Research, 2019, ISSN 1838-675X
DOI: 10.1071/sr18293

Interaction between biofilm growth and NAPL remediation: A pore-scale study

Author(s): M. Benioug, F. Golfier, P. Fischer, C. Oltean, M.A. Buès, X. Yang
Published in: Advances in Water Resources, Issue 125, 2019, Page(s) 82-97, ISSN 0309-1708
DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2019.01.011

Micro- and macro-scale water retention properties of granular soils: contribution of the X-Ray CT-based voxel percolation method

Author(s): Erika Shiota, Toshifumi Mukunoki, Laurent Oxarango, Anne-Julie Tinet, Fabrice Golfier
Published in: Soil Research, 2019, ISSN 1838-675X
DOI: 10.1071/sr18179