The Living Skin of Planet Earth - GEODERMA

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https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.559

Keywords:

soil, organisms, biosphere

Abstract

Soil supports life on Earth and people could not exist on this planet without it. What do we know about soil today? And how do we deal with this knowledge? How do people care for our planet’s skin, for geoderma? Soil biologist and the host of the documentary Ladislav Miko answers these questions.

Documentary film is freely available and applicable for educational purposes.

Director: Ladislav Miko, Ivan Stříteský

Script: Ladislav Miko

Photographer: Ota Blahoušek, Petr Juračka, Ladislav Miko, Bohuslav Pacholík, Ivan Stříteský

Year: 2017

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Jana Dlouhá, Charles University Environment Centre

Researcher in Charles University Environment Centre; co-founder of the Enviwiki knowledge base; vice-president of international network of higher education institutions Copernicus Alliance. Concerned with transformative education and educational transformation in the light of sustainable development; interests span from digital media, open education resources, to social learning and participatory approaches in public dialogue.

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29. 12. 2017

How to Cite

Dlouhá, J. (2017). The Living Skin of Planet Earth - GEODERMA. Envigogika, 12(2). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.559

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