Welcome to SBRG at the Soil Sciences Department

Saudi Biochar Research Group (SBRG) was initiated after the revolution of Biochar to lead the research of Biochar by exploring its potential implications specifically in dry and semi-dry lands, and alkaline soils. SBRG research team includes national and international professional researchers, professors, and students. SBRG is working on multi-disciplinary aspects of pyrolysis, biochar production, materials engineering/designing, environmental (soil and water) pollution remediation, and climate change mitigation.

 

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Application of manure and compost can result in the accumulation of veterinary antibiotics in soil, subsequently posing ecological risks. The occurrence and potential ecological risk assessment of…
Healthy soils ensure food security through sustainable agricultural production and also support in mitigating the climate change hazardous like global warming and greenhouse gases emission.…
Millions of human pathogenic viral particles are shed from infected individuals and introduce into wastewater, subsequently causing waterborne diseases worldwide. These viruses can be transmitted…

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