Editors-in-Chief

  • Y. Capowiez

    INRA Centre d'Avignon, Avignon Cedex 09, France

  • I. Kögel-Knabner

    Technische Universität München, Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany

  • B. Marschner

    Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Germany

  • A.B. McBratney (Chair of Editors-in-Chief)

    University of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

  • C.L.S. Morgan

    Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA

  • E.A. Nater

    University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA

  • J.W. van Groenigen

    Wageningen Universiteit, Wageningen, Netherlands

  • M.J. Vepraskas

    North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

Editorial Board

  • D. Arrouays

    Orleans cedex 2, France

    Soil carbon; Soil mapping; Digital Soil Mapping; Soil Monitoring; Spatial analysis; Trace elements

  • V. Bagarello

    Palermo, Italy

    Measurement of soil physical and hydraulic properties; Soil water erosion; Soil hydrological processes

  • A.J. Bento-Gonçalves

    Guimarães, Portugal

    Physical Geography; Forest Fires; Soil Erosion; land degradation; post-wildfire runoff and erosion processes; soil erosion mitigation techniques after forest fires; Natural hazards; Geomorphology.

  • R. Bhattacharyya

    New Delhi, India

    Carbon sequestration; Soil conservation; conservation agriculture; Nitrogen Cycling

  • M. Bierkens

    Utrecht, Netherlands

    geostatistics, stochastic modelling, hydrology, soil moisture and climate

  • T. Bishop

    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

    spatial analysis; experimentation; geostatistics; sampling; monitoring

  • J.L. Boettinger

    Logan, Utah, USA

    Soil Genesis, Soil Mineralogy, Digital Soil Mapping, Soil-Geomorphology, Soil-vegetation-landscape Relationships, Remote Sensing of Soils

  • O.K. Borggaard

    Frederiksberg C, Denmark

    Iron oxides, adsorption, phosphate, heavy metals, pesticides, soil remediation

  • L. Brocca

    Perugia, Italy

    - use of remote sensing observations for hydrological applications; - use of soil moisture observations for landslide prediction, erosion, numerical weather prediction; hydrologic and hydraulic modelling; real time flood forecasting; flooding risk analysis; flood frequency assessment (under climate change); optimization and management of hydro-meteorological networks

  • D.J. Brown

    Pullman, Washington, USA

    Proximal Soil Sensing VisNIR diffuse reflectance spectroscopy Digital Soil Mapping Tropical soil-geomorphology Soil Carbon Sequestration Site-Specific Agriculture

  • D.J. Brus

    Wageningen, Netherlands

    Pedometrics; more specific sampling design and spatial statistics

  • A. Castrignano

    BARI, Italy

    geostatistics; proximal sensing; multi-sensor data fusion

  • A. Cerdà

    Valencia, Spain

    soil erosion; soil hydrology; soil degradation; Desertification; Simulated rainfall

  • V. Chaplot

    Scottsville, South Africa

    Global carbon cycle; Global water cycle; Hydrologic, erosion and carbon modelling; Digital mapping; Climate change mitigation and adaptation

  • B. Chefetz

    Rehovot, Israel

    sorption organic pollutants soil organic matter

  • J. Chorover

    Tucson, Arizona, USA

    Soil chemistry

  • E.A.C. Costantini

    Firenze, Italy

    soil conservation; soil organic matter; digital soil mapping; geophysical sensors; geostatistics; soil geodatabases; soil moisture and temperature regimes; hydropedology; soil classification; paleopedology and soils as part of our cultural heritage; terroir and land evaluation

  • J.W. Crawford

    Invergowrie, Dundee, UK

    modelling, fractals, biophysics, soil structure

  • M. Egli

    Zürich, Switzerland

    soil formation and evolution (incl. soil organic matter); soils in time and space; weathering (mechanisms and rates); clay mineralogy; landscape evolution, geomorphic processes, dating (radiocarbon, 10Be)

  • E. Frossard

    Eschikon, Switzerland

  • A.S. Gregory

    Harpenden, Hertfordshire, UK

    soil physical processes and functions, specifically soil water retention, soil consolidation/compaction/compression, and soil structure. I have recently changed focus slightly and am currently looking at C cycling under bioenergy crops and pasture grass, as related to soil physical properties

  • S. Grunwald

    Gainesville, Florida, USA

    Digital soil mapping, geostatistics, geospatial analysis, soil-landscape modeling, soil sensing, GIS, assessment of soil and environmental quality.

  • A.E. Hartemink

    Madison, Wisconsin, USA

    Digital soil mapping; Tropical soils; Pedology; Soil fertility

  • G.B.M. Heuvelink

    Groningen, Netherlands

    geostatistics, pedometrics

  • R. Horn

    Kiel, Germany

    soil mechanics, soil structure formation and pore functions, gas transport, coupled hydraulic and mechanical processes, µCT technique, waste deposit sealing systems, paddy fields, soil rotection strategies, hydraulic processes in soils. tillage effects and landuse systems, Soil management

  • A. Horta

    Eveleigh, New South Wales, Australia

    Geostatistics and spatial statistics; Geographic information systems; Remote sensing; Soil contamination

  • B. Huang

    Nanjing, China

    Soil geochemistry and genesis; cycles of C, P, and trace elements in soil, soil environmental quality assessment

  • S. Imhoff

    Esperanza, Argentina

    soil management, soil physics (sólid phase: soil porosity, soil aggregation, soil compaction, etc), soil-plant interactions.

  • K. Inubushi

    Chiba, Japan

    soil biology soil environment

  • M.B. Kirkham

    Manhattan, Kansas, USA

    soil-plant-water relations ; drought stress ; elevated carbon dioxide ;uptake of heavy metals by plants

  • H. Knicker

    Sevilla, Spain

  • P. Krasilnikov

    Moscow, Russian Federation

    soil geography; soil classification; soil genesis; soil minarology; soils and food security

  • P. Lagacherie

    Montpellier, France

  • R.M. Lark

    Notthingham, England, UK

    spatial variability, statistics, modelling, survey, soil information systems, digital soil mapping, pedometrics

  • H. Lin

    University Park, PA, USA

  • B. Ludwig

    Witzenhausen, Germany

    dynamics of C and N; modelling of the dynamics of C and N and metal cations; infrared spectroscopy

  • B. Malone

    Eveleigh, New South Wales, Australia

    Soil genesis; Soils and the environment

  • B.P. Marchant

    Notthingham, England, UK

    spatial and temporal statistics particularly in relation to soil monitoring; precision agriculture and groundwater hydrology

  • J. Mataix-Solera

    Elche, Spain

    Forest fire effects on soil properties; Soil water repellency; Soil aggregate stability

  • N. McKenzie

    Wembley, Western Australia, Australia

  • B. Minasny

    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

    Pedometrics; Digital soil Mapping; Soil modelling; Pedotransfer functions; Soil Spatial Statistics

  • V.L. Mulder

    Orleans Cedex 2, France

    Remote sensing; Soil spectroscopy; Digital soil mapping; Geostatistics; Spatial modelling; soil mineralogy; soil organic carbon; Kriging for large datasets

  • L.J. Munkholm

    Tjele, Denmark

    soil quality, soil structure, soil physical properties, tillage, soil management, root growth, cover crops, crop rotation, X-ray CT.

  • Y.A. Pachepsky

    Beltsville, Maryland, USA

    For Geoderma: Artificial intelligence, artificial neural networks, regression tree, genetic algorithm, pedotransfer function, soil hydraulic properties, soil water flow, solute transport, spatial variability, soil pore space, soil structure, fate and transport of microorganisms, crop simulation.

  • D. Peak

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

  • D.J. Pennock

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

    Landscape-scale pedology; hydropedology; landscape-scale assessment of greenhouse gas dynamics; soil genesis

  • Paulo Pereira

    Vilnius, Lithuania

  • T. Rennert

    Stuttgart, Germany

    general soil chemistry/mineralogy and pedology; inorganic contaminants in soil (especially metals and cyanides); reactive transport; carbon stabilisation; dissolved organic matter; biogeochemistry of manganese and iron; infrared spectroscopy; wetland soils; interfacial processes; Andosols

  • D.G. Rossiter

    Ithaca, New York, USA

    soil geography; soil survey; land suitability evaluation; geostatistics applied to soil and related scieces; urban soils; Caribbean and northern Latin America including Brazil, northeast and southeast USA, northeast Canada, central and north China, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Cameroon, Mozambique, India

  • C. Rumpel

    Thiverval-Grignon, France

    soil organic matter dynamics; soil carbon storage; black carbon; deep soil horizons; organic matter erosion; biogeochemistry; 13C; 14C

  • R. Schaetzl

    East Lansing, MI, Michigan, USA

    soil geomorphology, soil genesis, podzolization and Spodosols, soil mapping, loess and aeolian systems, GIS; pedoturbation

  • N. Senesi

    Bari, Italy

    soil organic matter, humic substances, organic amendments, composts, heavy metals, pesticide and chemical rsidues, spectroscopic methods

  • J. Shaw

    Auburn, Alabama, USA

    Pedology, Soil Genesis, Soil Survey, Soil Mineralogy

  • D.L. Sparks

    Newark, Delaware, USA

    Kinetics of soil chemical processes; Surface chemistry of soils; Sorption/desorption of metals; Redox chemistry of soils

  • A. Stein

    Enschede, Netherlands

    Spatial Statistics; Image Analysis; Spatial Uncertainty; Soil spatial variability; General statistics; Precision agriculture

  • B. Stenberg

    Skara, Sweden

    Soil diffuse reflectance spectroscopy; soil microbiology; especially processes and interactions with soil type and management; soil mapping; precision agriculture

  • G. Stoops

    Gent, Belgium

    soil micromorphology,soil mineralogy, weathering and laterites.

  • K.A. Sudduth

    Columbia, Missouri, USA

    Soil sensors; Reflectance spectroscopy; Precision agriculture; Spatial variability;

  • A.M. Tarquis

    Madrid, Spain

  • J. Triantafilis

    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

    soil salinity assessment, salinity management, electromagnetic induction, EM inversion modelling, gamma-ray spectrometry, digital soil mapping, pedometrics, geostatistics

  • M. van Meirvenne

    Gent, Belgium

    Geostatistics, Pedometrics, GIS, Proximal sensing, Precision agriculture, Prospection, Archeaology

  • B. van Wesemael

    Louvain-la- Neuve, Belgium

    Vis NIR spectroscopy, soil organic matter and digital soil mapping

  • B. Velde

    Paris, France

    clay mineralogy in surface environments especially related to plant activity; bio-geology of sorts; the observation of soil structures, cracks and aggregate structures, by image analysis; diagenesis of clay minerals; infra red and Raman spectra of clay type minerals; mineral systhesis under pressure and temperature

  • H. Vereecken

    Jülich, Germany

    hydraulic properties modelling water flow pedotransfer functions

  • A.A.B. Vieira

    Guimarães, Portugal

    erosion; land degradation; post-wildfire runoff and erosion processes; soil erosion mitigation techniques after forest fires; geomorphology; Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing; forest fires; natural hazards.

  • R. Viscarra Rossel

    Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

    Pedometrics Proximal soil sensing Soil spectroscopy Digital soil mapping

  • O. Wendroth

    Lexington, Kentucky, USA

    Soil Physics; Spatial and Temporal Statistics; Soil hydraulic properties; Field-scale of soil water and solute transport; Crop Remote Sensing; Precision Agriculture.

  • L. West

    Fayetteville, Arizona, USA

    pedology; soil survey; soil classification; soil characterization analysis; micromorphology; wetland soils; soil carbon dynamics

  • W. Wilcke

    Bern, Switzerland

    tropical land use, element cycles, nutrients, heavy metals, persistent organic pollutants, forest soils, stable isotopes.

  • J.H.M. Wösten

    Wageningen, Netherlands

    pedotransfer functions, soil physical measurement techniques, tropical peatlands.

  • C. Zaccone

    Foggia, Italy

    characterization of fresh and humified organic matter in soils and sediments; geochemistry of trace elements, radionuclides and organic pollutants; natural archives; evolution of organic matter in soils and sediments in relation to climate changes; biomass utilization in agriculture

  • G-L. Zhang

    Nanjing, China

    soil genesis, soil classification, soil mapping, urban soils, tropical soils, anthropoenic soils, paddy soils, element cycling, silicon, iron, soil-landscape relation, SOTER.

Assistant Editors

  • A. Agnelli

    Università degli Studi di Perugia, Perugia, Italy

  • M.L. Cayuela

    CEBAS CSIC, Murcia, Spain

  • A.N. Kravchenko

    Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA

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