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Soil science

Goudzwaard, L

Forest soil is one of the most dominant environmental factors determining the structure and function of forest ecosystems. The soil properties affect natural processes such as the rate of wood production within the tree, and ecosystem succession. Soil data and information are relevant in a number of policy areas: agriculture, soil protection, water protection, nature protection, development policy, health and sustainable development. Soil science is based on knowledge in the areas of chemistry, physics, geology, climatology, plant sciences and microbiology.

17 records found in EUROFOREST Portal

  1. Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals (CREAF)
    • Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications; Centro de Investigación Ecológica y Aplicaciones Forestales
  2. COST Action 639. Greenhouse-gas budget of soils under changing climate and land use
  3. Databank Ondergrond Vlaanderen (DOV)
    • Database for the Subsoil of Flanders
  4. European Atlas of Soil Biodiversity
  5. European Soil Bureau Network (ESBN)
  6. European Soil Data Centre (ESDAC)
  7. European Soil Database
  8. Forest Research Institute - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (FRI-BAS)
    • Институт за гората - Българска академия на науките
  9. Glossary of Soil Science Terms
  10. Harmonized World Soil Database
  11. Institut Européen de la Forêt Cultivée (IEFC)
    • European Institute for Cultivated Forests (IEFC)
  12. International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS)
  13. MarkInfo
  14. Markinventeringen (MI)
    • Forest Soil Inventory [Sweden]
  15. National Soil Maps (EuDASM)
  16. OneGeology
  17. Soil Atlas of Europe