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Mapping of Soil Organic Matter (MOSOM)

Mapping of Soil Organic Matter (MOSOM)

Assessing and tracking changes in soil quality remotely

The MOSOM (Mapping of Soil Organic Matter) project aims to develop an accurate, efficient and convenient tool for remote assessment of organic matter within soil.   

Organic matter is recognised as an important indicator of soil structure and quality, of ecological balance and stability of the biosphere. The ability to assess and track changes in soil organic matter is therefore of great value for agricultural stakeholders.  

The project will use a range of Earth Observation techniques with a unique AI-based analysis architecture to assess organic matter within soil remotely. The project partners involved will seek to apply the technology widely in order to increase sustainable agriculture and promote efficient resource stewardship across Europe. 

Partners

ART 21
Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Forestry (StMELF)
AGRICOLUS
Aarhus University
Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna (UNIBO)
National Research Council of Italy (CNR)
Grupo AN S.Coop

Project Lead

Radin, MR. (Dmitrij)
Institution

ART21

Role

Activity Leader

Contact details

dima@art21.lt

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