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Bypass and hyperbole in soil science: A perspective from the next generation of soil scientists

Abstract : We, the co‐authors of this letter, are an international group of soil scientists at early career stages, from PhD students to postdoctoral researchers, lecturers, and research fellows with permanent positions. Here, we present our collective musings on soil research challenges and opportunities and, in particular, the points raised by Philippe Baveye (Baveye, 2020a, 2020b) and Johan Bouma (Bouma, 2020) on bypass and hyperbole in soil science. Raising awareness about these issues is a first and necessary step. To this end, we would like to thank Philippe Baveye and Johan Bouma for initiating this debate........
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Xavier Portell, Ophélie Sauzet, María Balseiro‐romero, Pascal Benard, Rémi Cardinael, et al.. Bypass and hyperbole in soil science: A perspective from the next generation of soil scientists. European Journal of Soil Science, Wiley, 2021, 72 (1), pp.31-34. ⟨10.1111/ejss.13064⟩. ⟨hal-03106863⟩

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