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1. Global Soil and Terrain Database (WORLD-SOTER) [WORLD-SOTER]
The goal of the Global Soil and Terrain Database (WORLD-SOTER) is to provide sound soil and terrain resources information on a global scale(1:5 Million). Users include global and continental models ...


2. Population in Drylands - Total [geodata_1504]
The concept of drylands continues to be debated. In this data set, drylands are taken as areas with a potential hazard of desertification. The hyperarid zone is not subject to desertification and ...


3. Drylands - Percent of Total Area [geodata_1501]
The concept of drylands continues to be debated. In this data set, drylands are taken as areas with a potential hazard of desertification. The hyperarid zone is not subject to desertification and ...


4. Drylands - Total Area [geodata_1498]
The concept of drylands continues to be debated. In this data set, drylands are taken as areas with a potential hazard of desertification. The hyperarid zone is not subject to desertification and ...


5. Population in Drylands - Percent of Total Population [geodata_1507]
The concept of drylands continues to be debated. In this data set, drylands are taken as areas with a potential hazard of desertification. The hyperarid zone is not subject to desertification and ...


6. Dominant Type of Problem Lands [geodata_1398]
Problem soils have been defined as soils with inherent physical or chemical constraints to agricultural production. In these soils degradation hazards are more severe and adequate soil management ...


7. Potential Rainfed Food Production - Low Inputs [geodata_1394]
The potential food production in an area is indicated by the anticipated yield level calculated on the basis of a land class potential yield for low inputs and the extent of suitable land in the pixel.


8. Soil Production Index [geodata_1397]
The soil production index considers the suitability of the best adapted crop to each soil?s condition in an area and makes a weighted average for all soils present in a pixel based on the formula: ...


9. Length of Available Growing Period [geodata_1395]
The concept of the length of the available growing period (LGP) combines temperature and moisture considerations to determine the length of time crops are able to grow, hence excluding periods which ...


10. Easy Available Water [geodata_1399]
This is an indicator for the amount of stored soil moisture readily available to crops.The water retention at 2 bar suction is used to separate easily available water (EAV) from water which is more ...


11. Soil and Terrain Database for Latin America and the Carribean - 1:5 Million Scale [FAO.SOTERLAC]
Up till now the major source of geo-referenced soil data of Latin America and the Carribean at a scale of 1:5 Million was the FAO/UNESCO Soil Map of the World. Since the publication of the South ...


12. Global Agro-Ecological Zones (GAEZ) CD-ROM FAO/IISA 2000 [FAO_GAEZ]
[The summary was adapted from the GAEZ Web site] The Global Agro-ecological Zoning (GAEZ) website and CD-ROM was produced by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United ...


13. The Soil and Terrain Database for northeastern Africa [SOIL_TERRAIN_DATABASE_NE_AFRICA]
The Soil and Terrain Database for Northeastern Africa contains land resource information on soils, physiography, geology and vegetation for the following ten countries: Burundi, Djibouti, ...


14. Harmonized World Soil Database (version 1.0) [Harmonized_World_Soil_Database_v1]
The Harmonized World Soil Database is a 30 arc-second raster database with over 15000 different soil mapping units that combines existing regional and national updates of soil information worldwide ...


15. Soil and Physiographic Database for North and Central EURASIA [SOIL_PHYSIOGRAPH_DB_NC_EURASIA]
The preparation of this database is part of a larger FAO programme that aims to produce a systematic update of a soil and terrain database for the whole world, and is supported by a number of international ...


16. Digital Soil Map of the World and Derived Soil Properties. [FAOd0019_148]
This CD-ROM contains the Digital Soil Map of the World in various formats, verctor as well as raster, supported by most GIS software. The base material is the FAO/UNESCO Soil Map of the World at an ...


17. Distribution of Major Soil Types [FAOd0018_148]
This CD-ROM is released in conjunction with World Soil Resources Reports No. 94: "Lecture Notes on the Major Soils of the World". In addition to the complete (hyperlinked) text of the book, it contains ...


18. Problem Soils of Asia [FAOd0014_148]
Dominant and Secondary Soil Constraints derived from the FAO/UNESCO Digital Soil Map of the World at a scale of 1:5000000.


19. Soil and Terrain Database for Tanzania [FAOd0022_148]
Soil and Terrain Database for Tanzania at 1:2000000 scale.


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