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|Title: ||Teagasc-EPA Soils and Subsoils mapping project: Final report V.1|
|Authors: ||Fealy, Reamonn|
|Issue Date: ||1-Jan-2009|
|Publisher: ||Teagasc; Environmental Protection Agency|
|Citation: ||Fealy, R. M., Green, S., Loftus, M., Meehan, R., Radford, T., Cronin, C. and Bulfin, M. 2009.Teagasc EPA Soil and Subsoils Mapping Project-Final Report. Volume I. Teagasc. Dublin|
|Abstract: ||Subsoils Map: Teagasc has created the first national subsoils map to a standardised methodology; The Teagasc Subsoils map classifies the subsoils of Ireland into 16 themes, using digital stereo photogrammetry supported by field work; The subsoils map has a nominal working scale of 1:50,000; The subsoils maps for each county are now freely available to all researchers.
Landcover Map: Teagasc has created the first and only national landcover map for an Irish project; The Teagasc Landcover 1995 (TLC95) map classifies the landcover of Ireland into 16 themes; It maps to a minimum size of 1 Ha; Landcover maps for each county are now freely available to all researchers.
Indicative Soils Map: Teagasc has developed a national indicative soils map to a
standardised methodology; The indicative soils map classifies the soils of Ireland on a categorically simplified but cartographically detailed basis into 25 classes, using an expert rule based methodology; The soils map has a nominal working scale of 1:100,000-1:150,000; The soils maps for each county are now freely available to all researchers.
Habitat Indicator Map: Teagasc has created the only national habitat map for an Irish
project; The Teagasc Habitat Indicator Map 1995 (THIM95) map classifies Ireland into 27 habitat themes; It maps to a minimum size of 1 Ha; Habitat maps for each county are now freely available to all researchers.|
|Description: ||Report pepared for the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government and the Environmental Protection Agency By
Teagasc, Spatial Analysis Unit, RERC, Kinsealy Campus, Malahide Road, Dublin 17|
This project was funded in its second phase by the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government as part of the Water Framework Directive support programme under the National Development Plan. External project oversight was provided by the EPA Project Steering Committee. Funding for Phase 1 of the project was originally provided through the Forest Service also
under the National Development Plan. External oversight for Phase 1 was provided by the Forest Service Project Control Team. Remote sensing imagery and GIS Data originally supplied through the Forest Service FIPS project.
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