International Centre for Physical Land Resources (ICPLR)
Founded 1998, by Ghent University (Belgium) and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium), on reorganization of International Training Centre for Post-Graduate Soil Scientists (ITC Ghent), set up at the Ghent University, 1963. Also integrates U-XG5051 - International Training Centre for Eremology (ICE), set up in 1989 at Ghent University to study drylands and desertification.
Provide an academic training in research and modern applications of physical land resources and prepare students for tasks in surveying, development projects, experimental stations and research in government institutes and universities.
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