This work is funded through the Soil Security Programme, funded by NERC, BBSRC, Defra


This work is funded through the BBSRC / NERC co-ordinated research programme, Soil and Rhizosphere Interactions for Sustainable Agri-Ecosystems (SARISA)

Using Critical Zone Science to Enhance Soil Fertility and Improve Ecosystem Services for Periurban Agriculture in China

This work is funded through the NERC and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) programme “Using Critical Zone Science to Understand Sustaining the Ecosystem Service of Soil & Water (CZO)”


This PhD network is funded through the White Rose consortium

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