Title: New challenges for predictive soil mapping

Date: 14 September 2004

Authors: Hengl T., Heuvelink G.B.M.

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Abstract:

This paper lists possible developments in predictive soil mapping. Six key tasks are discussed: (1) new spatial prediction algorithms, (2) dynamic modelling of soil genesis, (3) integration of GIS and statistics, (4) use of new technological innovations, (5) use of high-resolution imagery and (6) global modelling of soil genesis. Especially dynamic modelling of soil genesis, use of high-resolution DEMs and development of global thematic soil maps is expected to be a major field of research in pedometrics for the next decade. Solving these research problems requires a joint effort of both pedometricians and pedologists.

Reference:

Hengl T., Heuvelink G.B.M., 2004. New challenges for predictive soil mapping. Global Workshop on Digital Soil Mapping, September 14-17, Montpellier AGRO-M/INRA campus (CD-ROM), pp. 12.
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