Broad-Scale Soil Monitoring Through a Nationwide Soil-Testing Database

Abstract : Spatial variability of soil properties strongly influenced by human activity is not well documented by most soil surveys.Soil tests performed at farmers' request represent a large capital of soil information.In France, the results of a large part of these soil tests are continuously gathered in a unique database, the national soil testing database (named BDAT).The aims of the project were to analyse the evolution of soil features within discrete entities over successive time periods
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Workshop on Digital Soil Mapping for Regions and Countries with Sparse Soil Spatial Data Infrastructures, Jul 2006, Dordrecht (DE), Germany. Springer, pp. 273-281, 2008, 〈10.1007/978-1-4020-8592-5_23〉
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Blandine Foucaud Lemercier, D. Arrouays, S. Follain, N.P.A. Saby, C. Schvartz, et al.. Broad-Scale Soil Monitoring Through a Nationwide Soil-Testing Database. Workshop on Digital Soil Mapping for Regions and Countries with Sparse Soil Spatial Data Infrastructures, Jul 2006, Dordrecht (DE), Germany. Springer, pp. 273-281, 2008, 〈10.1007/978-1-4020-8592-5_23〉. 〈hal-00729102〉

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