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GlobalSoilMap and Global Carbon Predictions

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GlobalSoilMap and Global Carbon Predictions. / Hempel, Jonathan; McBratney, Alex B.; Arrouays, Dominique ; McKenzie, Neil; Hartemink, Alfred E.; Grundy, Mike; Greve, Mogens Humlekrog; Hong, Suk-Young; Lelyk, Glenn; Libohova, Zamir.

2014. Abstract fra International-Union-of-Soil-Sciences Global Soil Carbon Conference, .

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Harvard

Hempel, J, McBratney, AB, Arrouays, D, McKenzie, N, Hartemink, AE, Grundy, M, Greve, MH, Hong, S-Y, Lelyk, G & Libohova, Z 2014, 'GlobalSoilMap and Global Carbon Predictions', International-Union-of-Soil-Sciences Global Soil Carbon Conference, 08/06/2014 - 13/06/2014. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-04084-4_36

APA

Hempel, J., McBratney, A. B., Arrouays, D., McKenzie, N., Hartemink, A. E., Grundy, M., Greve, M. H., Hong, S-Y., Lelyk, G., & Libohova, Z. (2014). GlobalSoilMap and Global Carbon Predictions. Abstract fra International-Union-of-Soil-Sciences Global Soil Carbon Conference, . https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-04084-4_36

CBE

Hempel J, McBratney AB, Arrouays D, McKenzie N, Hartemink AE, Grundy M, Greve MH, Hong S-Y, Lelyk G, Libohova Z. 2014. GlobalSoilMap and Global Carbon Predictions. Abstract fra International-Union-of-Soil-Sciences Global Soil Carbon Conference, . https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-04084-4_36

MLA

Hempel, Jonathan o.a.. GlobalSoilMap and Global Carbon Predictions. International-Union-of-Soil-Sciences Global Soil Carbon Conference, 08 jun. 2014, Konferenceabstrakt til konference, 2014. 1 s. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-04084-4_36

Vancouver

Hempel J, McBratney AB, Arrouays D, McKenzie N, Hartemink AE, Grundy M o.a.. GlobalSoilMap and Global Carbon Predictions. 2014. Abstract fra International-Union-of-Soil-Sciences Global Soil Carbon Conference, . https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-04084-4_36

Author

Hempel, Jonathan ; McBratney, Alex B. ; Arrouays, Dominique ; McKenzie, Neil ; Hartemink, Alfred E. ; Grundy, Mike ; Greve, Mogens Humlekrog ; Hong, Suk-Young ; Lelyk, Glenn ; Libohova, Zamir. / GlobalSoilMap and Global Carbon Predictions. Abstract fra International-Union-of-Soil-Sciences Global Soil Carbon Conference, .1 s.

Bibtex

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abstract = "The GlobalSoilMap project is representative of a global consortium of scientific institutions involved in soil survey and soil science. The GlobalSoilMap group was formed as an outgrowth of the International Union of Soil Sciences Working Group for Digital Soil Mapping with the purpose of providing consistently produced soil property information at 100 m resolution across the world. This information will aid in solving some of the key environment and societal issues of the day, including food security, global climate change land degradation and carbon sequestration. Data would be produced using mostly the storehouse of existing legacy soils data along with geographic information and a range of covariates. A range of modeling techniques is used dependant on the complexity of the background soil survey information. The key soil properties that would be most useful to the modeling community and other users are: organic carbon (g/kg), texture (sand %, silt %, clay % and coarse fragments %), pH, depth to bedrock or restrictive layer. Predictions are made at specified depths with uncertainty values assigned to each prediction. An innovative splining technique will be employed to provide a continuous prediction of soil property values throughout the depth of each profile. Maps have been produced at the country level in the Australia, Canada, Denmark, Nigeria, South Korea and the US and work is on-going in many other parts of the world.",
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AU - Arrouays, Dominique

AU - McKenzie, Neil

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AU - Grundy, Mike

AU - Greve, Mogens Humlekrog

AU - Hong, Suk-Young

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