ΑΡΑΓΕ ΥΠΟΣΚΑΦΕΣ Η ΥΠΟΣΚΑΠΤΙΚΕΣ ΑΜΑΡΤΙΕΣ ; ?

2007 – 2008 – 2012  κτίριο Αλσους – πρώην Οικονομίδη       και περιβάλλον χώρος.

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  1. The future of soils and land use Soil systems for the provision of land-based ecosystem servicesHistorically, soils have always underpinned civilisation. Their role is fundamental to the provision of food and water, along with a wide range of ecosystem goods and services. Soils are arguably the most complex systems on Earth, and are intimately linked to human security and the integrity of the wider environment. Soils are extremely heterogeneous and not all soils can fulfil the full spectrum of services required for the future, so there is a need to protect their multifunctional attributes in order to preserve national and international natural capital. There are concerns that anthropogenically induced changes in land use or management will result in soils not being utilised to provide the functions to which they are best suited. For example, soils primarily suited for food supply may be given over to provide a platform for construction. This is an all-pervading and recurring concern and highlights the importance of critical decisions, thresholds and potential ‘tipping points’. Once critical soil functions are lost they are irrecoverable, potentially for millennia, representing a loss of resource that is fundamental to the national livelihood and well-being. Pressures from changes in climate and to the Earth system will bring about complex and systematic change to soils and their abilities to provide essential functions. We therefore recommend national needs for ensuring the sustainability for soils and future land use in our country. They are to maintain the long-term base for soil science through education and intellectual investment, including communication of the value of soils and land as natural capital; to manage soil resources so that multi-functionality prevails and critical tipping points are avoided; to audit the national soil resource through soil mapping; preparation of appropriate databases and provision of long-term monitoring networks and observatories; and to synthesise adaptable predictive frameworks for soil system science through integrated modelling.Keywords: Soil; Soil science; Land; Land use; Planning; Ecosystem services; Soil function; Soil quality.

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