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QUE SONT les sols salins et sodiques






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    Sustainable saline agriculture for climate adaptation and mitigation: A call for action 2023
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    Saline agriculture is gradually being recognized as a response to the global challenge of salinization aggravated by climate change. The current document is the result of a collaboration between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, along with the Wageningen University & Research (WUR), the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), which led to a session dedicated to sustainable saline agriculture as a response to climate change. It was held at the Water Pavilion of the 26th Conference of Parties (COP26) of 2021. Further exchanges between these parties took place, leading to a commitment to advance saline agriculture. This document calls for a dynamic and inclusive international collaboration through partnerships to accelerate the development of sustainable and climate-smart agriculture on saline lands, and proposes the key steps that have to be taken to further the multilateral actions on saline agriculture at several levels.
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    Advances in the assessment and monitoring of salinization and status of biosaline agriculture
    Report of an expert consultation held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 26–29 November 2007
    2009
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    The causes of salinity and sodicity, which vary between countries and regions, need to be identified, assessed and monitored carefully so that they can be managed and controlled. There is a need for practical and cost-effective methodologies for assessing, monitoring and mapping the extent and distribution of salt-affected soils; for identifying the causes and sources of the problem; and for choosing management options and evaluating the effectiveness of those options. The object ive of the Expert Consultation on Advances in Assessment and Monitoring of Salinization for Managing Salt-affected Habitats was to exchange experiences with data collection and analysis for the assessment and monitoring of salinity and sodicity, with particular emphasis on practical applications at local, national, regional and global levels. The Meeting on the Status and Progress of Biosaline Agriculture of the Inter-Islamic Network on Biosaline Agriculture was an opportunity to present the work of the hosting institution and to exchange information between the two Networks.

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