GlobalSoilMap.net - From planning, development and proof of concept to full-scale production mapping

R.A. MacMillan, A.E. Hartemink, A.B. McBratney

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The GlobalSoilMap.net project aims to produce predictions of nine key soil properties at continuous depth intervals at a spatial resolution of 90 m for the entire world. These maps of soil properties will be produced by a participants working under the coordination of regional node leaders with responsibility for organizing and delivering results for eight defined geographic regions of the world. This paper identifies and discusses the technical impediments to moving towards commencement of operational production mapping. These are: i) agreement on specifications for all products, ii) location, digital capture and harmonization of legacy soil data, iii) assembly of covariate databases, iv) documentation of prediction methods, v) specification of data model(s) to use to capture, store and disseminate maps and data, vi) selection of cyber-infrastructure to support map production and dissemination vii) end user surveys assessment and verification, and vii) identification of methods for assessing the uncertainty and accuracy of predictions. Actions undertaken to date to address these challenges are presented and progress is evaluated. There are no significant technical reasons for not moving towards planning and implementing operational production mapping.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings 19th World Congress of Soil Science, 01-06 August 2010, Brisbane, Australia
EditorsR.J. Gilkes, N. Prakongkep
Pages9-12
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event19th World Congress of Soil Science: Soil Solutions for a Changing World, Brisbane, Australia -
Duration: 1 Aug 20106 Aug 2010

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Conference19th World Congress of Soil Science: Soil Solutions for a Changing World, Brisbane, Australia
Period1/08/106/08/10

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MacMillan, R. A., Hartemink, A. E., & McBratney, A. B. (2010). GlobalSoilMap.net - From planning, development and proof of concept to full-scale production mapping. In R. J. Gilkes, & N. Prakongkep (Eds.), Proceedings 19th World Congress of Soil Science, 01-06 August 2010, Brisbane, Australia (pp. 9-12)
MacMillan, R.A. ; Hartemink, A.E. ; McBratney, A.B. / GlobalSoilMap.net - From planning, development and proof of concept to full-scale production mapping. Proceedings 19th World Congress of Soil Science, 01-06 August 2010, Brisbane, Australia. editor / R.J. Gilkes ; N. Prakongkep. 2010. pp. 9-12
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GlobalSoilMap.net - From planning, development and proof of concept to full-scale production mapping. / MacMillan, R.A.; Hartemink, A.E.; McBratney, A.B.

Proceedings 19th World Congress of Soil Science, 01-06 August 2010, Brisbane, Australia. ed. / R.J. Gilkes; N. Prakongkep. 2010. p. 9-12.

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MacMillan RA, Hartemink AE, McBratney AB. GlobalSoilMap.net - From planning, development and proof of concept to full-scale production mapping. In Gilkes RJ, Prakongkep N, editors, Proceedings 19th World Congress of Soil Science, 01-06 August 2010, Brisbane, Australia. 2010. p. 9-12