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Digital Soil Mapping Team

Overview

Digital Soil Mapping - The generation of geographically referenced soil databases based on quantitative relationships between spatially explicit environmental data and measurements made in the field and laboratory (McBratney et al., 2003); the spatial prediction of soil classes or properties from point data and environmental raster data using a statistical algorithm. For general information on Digital Soil Mapping, please click here.

Graphic showing training data plus covariates generates a predictive model which equals a soil map.

Main photo for the Digital Soil Mapping Team.

Raster soil survey of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness showing predicted soil classes across the landscape (10m pixel resolution).
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Sub-Team meeting minutes

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Digital Soil Mapping Contact button. Suzann Kienast-Brown, Soil Scientist (GIS Specialist), Bozeman, Montana
Tom D’Avello, Soil Scientist, GRU, Morgantown, West Virginia
Dr. James Thompson, Professor, WVU, Morgantown, West Virginia



Poster for the Digital Soil Mapping Team.






























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