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51. Soil and Terrain Database of Central Africa - SOTERCAF - (Democratic Republic of Congo 1:2 million and Burundi and Rwanda 1:1 million scale) [ISRIC_SOTERCAF_primary_VER1]
The Soil and Terrrain database of Central Africa (SOTERCAF, version 1.0) was compiled at scale 1:2 million for the Democratic Republic of Congo and at scale 1:1 million for Rwanda and Burundi. The ...


52. Soil chemistry and soil CO2 concentration and isotopic composition from sites in Taylor Valley and the Lake Wellman area [K072_2008_2010_NZ_1]
This study aimed to understand the origin and dynamics of pedogenic carbonate in Antarctic soils, with a long-term view to understanding the formation of carbonate and the storage and turnover of ...


53. Soil property estimates for Tunisia derived from SOTER and WISE (SOTWIS-Tunisia, ver. 1.0) [SOTWIS_Tunisia]
This datasets describes a harmonized set of soil property estimates for Tunisia. It has been derived from the 1:1 million scale Soil and Terrain Database for the country (SOTER_TN, ver. 1.0) and the ...


54. Soil property estimates for the Upper Tana river catchment, Kenya, derived from SOTER and WISE (ver. 1.1) [SOTWIS_Upper_Tana_Kenya]
This data set describes a harmonized set of soil property estimates for the Upper Tana river catchment, Kenya. The data set was derived from the 1:250 000 scale Soil and Terrain Database for the Upper ...


55. South Road Tillage, Long Term Soil Organic Matter Cropping Experiment, Scotland [SAC.SouthRoad]
Collection of data for this data set began in 1967. The Data are collected at a cool temperate site which had mixed arable cropping for many years. The crops were: springbarley 1967-1983; winter ...


56. Statischer Duengungsversuch Bad Lauchstaedt, Long Term Soil Organic Matter Crop Experiment, Germany [UFZ.SOM]
This experiment began in 1902 at a Cool Temperate site in Germany. The parent material of the soil is loess which was deposited during the Weischel ice age as a 120-150 cm thick layer over calcareous ...


57. Tillage Systems/Cropping Sequences Trial C 1, Long Term Soil Organic Matter Study, Australia [NSWAG.C1]
This project began in 1985 at a Warm Temperate SubTropical site in Australia. The soil at the site is classified as a Vertisol. There are four rotations: cotton-cotton (until 1991), wheat-cotton ...


58. Triple Cereal Cropping and Soil Organic Matter Long-term Experiment, China [ZAAS.Cereal]
This experiment began in 1974 at a Warm Temperate SubTropical site in China. The soil was developed from marine deposits but had desalted after long-term cropping and classified as Entisols (Hydric ...


59. Woburn Ley-Arable Long Term Soil Organic Matter/Cropping Experiment [IACR.Woburn]
This experiment began in 1938 at a cool temperate site in England. There are 3 soil series present on the experiment. Cottenham, brown sand on Lower Greensand. Lowlands, colluvial brown earth in sandy ...


60. Woburn Market Garden Long Term Soil Organic Matter/Cropping Experiment [IACR.WoburnMarket]
This experiment began in 1942 at a cool temperate site. The Land use and treatments in the project are as follows: Land use: 4 categories: 1. 1942-1961; 2. 1942-1967; 3. 1967-1972; 4. 1942-present. ...


61. Woodslee Tile Runoff Rotation Experiment [CLBRR.CEF.AGR.Woodslee]
This experiment began in 1959 at cool temperate site in Canada. The measurments made (data available), methodology, and frequency are as follows: a) Vegetation measurements ...


62. World soil property estimates for broad-scale modelling (WISE30sec) [WISE30sec]
This harmonized dataset of derived soil properties for the world is comprised of a soil-geographical and a soil attribute component. The GIS dataset was created using the soil map unit delineations ...


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