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Progress towards GlobalSoilMap.net soil database of Denmark

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  • Kabindra Adhikari, Danmark
  • Rania Bou Kheir, Danmark
  • Mogens Humlekrog Greve
  • Peder Klith Bøcher, Danmark
  • Mette Balslev Greve
  • B P Malone, University of Sydney, Australien
  • B Minasny, University of Sydney, Australien
  • A B McBratney, University of Sydney, Australien
Denmark is an agriculture-based country where intensive mechanized cultivation has been practiced continuously for years leading to serious threats to the soils. Proper use and management of Danish soil resources, modeling and soil research activities need very detailed soil information. This study presents recent advancements in Digital Soil Mapping (DSM) activities in Denmark with an example of soil clay mapping using regression-based DSM techniques. Several environmental covariates were used to build regression rules and national scale soil prediction was made at 30 m resolution. Spatial distribution of soil clay in Denmark is found to be very diverse with relatively lower clay in the west and higher clay in the mid-eastern part of the country. Soils from the surface horizons up to 30 cm are mostly clay elluviated with subsequent clay deposition below that depth. Together with soil clay content mapping, the plans for future soil mapping activities in support to GlobalSoilMap.net project initiatives are also included in this paper. Our study thought to enrich and update Danish soil database and Soil information system with new fine resolution soil property maps.
TitelDigital Soil Assessments and Beyond : Proceedings of the 5th Global Workshop on Digital Soil Mapping 2012, Sydney, Australia
RedaktørerAlex B McBratney
ForlagCRC Press
ISBN (trykt)978-0-415-62155-7
StatusUdgivet - 2012

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