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|Title: ||Digital Soil Mapping in the Irish Soil Information System|
|Authors: ||Corstanje, R.|
Creamer, Rachel E.
Schulte, Rogier P. O.
|Keywords: ||Soil mapping|
|Issue Date: ||Dec-2009|
|Publisher: ||International Union of Soil Sciences|
|Citation: ||Corstanje, R. et al. Digital Soil Mapping in the Irish Soil Information System. Pedometron 2009, issue 28, p21-23|
|Series/Report no.: ||Pedometron;|
|Abstract: ||Harmonised soil data across Europe with a 1:250 000 geo-referenced soil database will allow for exchange of data across member states and the provide the information needed by the European Commission and European Environment Agency for reporting on issues relating to soil quality under a fu-ture Soil Framework Directive. Within this context, the Environmental Protection Agency of the Republic of Ireland commissioned a project run by Teagasc to produce a 1:250 000 soil map of the Republic of Ire-land. Delivery of this map and associated database is a collaborative effort between Teagasc, the National Soil Resources Institute at Cranfield in the UK and University College Dublin.|
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