More than 90% of Earth's agricultural land will be degraded by 2050, according to the recent article ‘Let’s #StopSoilErosion to ensure a food secure future' published by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). A degraded soil is infertile and can seriously reduce its agricultural performance. Recovering the fertility of degraded land is therefore essential for a region to move towards greater food sovereignty.
We invite you to read the CREAF Annual Report 2018, so you can keep informed about all our progress. During that year, we published 239 articles indexed on SCI. 80% of this articles were in scientific magazines located in the first quartile.
In 2016 CREAF have published 205 articles indexed on SCI, which maintains the rising tendency of the last years. 77% of our publications were in scientific magazines located in the first quartile, among which several Nature and Science.
Here you have the digital version of the Annual Report 2015. During this year we have published 172 scientific articles indexed on SCI, with highlighted publications in Nature’s Group Journals, Ecology Letters or Ecology Letters.