In Australia and around the world, estimating carbon in soil is difficult and expensive. Measurement is considered too variable and costly and modelling is often found to be difficult to calibrate and has a large variance.
Carbon soil farming expert Philip Mulvey, Founder, Carbon Count and Environmental Earth Sciences International, joined HydroTerra's Richard Campbell to discuss soil carbon farming and the associated current challenges and progress.
- Understanding of current soil carbon farming practices nationally and internationally
- The advantages and disadvantages of the various approaches to estimating carbon
- Available techniques and technologies, now and in the futureWho should attend?
- Carbon Project Managers- Farmers
- Regulators- Natural Resource managers
- Farm advisors
- Students of related fields
If you are interested in finding out more about the science of carbon quantification in soil, this session is for you.