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DIGISOIL: An Integrated System of Data Collection Technologies for Mapping Soil Properties

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Guy Richard
Isabelle Cousin
Mats Thörnelöf
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Abstract

The multidisciplinary DIGISOIL consortium intends to integrate and improve in situ proximal measurement technologies for assessing soil properties and soil degradation indicators, moving from the sensing technologies themselves to their integration and application in (digital) soil mapping (DSM). The core objective of the project is to explore and exploit new capabilities of advanced geophysical technologies for answering this societal demand. To this aim, DIGISOIL addresses four issues covering technological, soil science, and economic aspects: (i) development and validation of hydrogeophysical technologies and integrated pedo-geophysical inversion techniques; (ii) the relation between geophysical parameters and soil properties; (iii) the integration of derived soil properties for mapping soil functions and soil threats; and (iv) the evaluation, standardisation, and industrialisation of the proposed methodologies, including technical and economic studies.
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hal-00548807 , version 1 (20-12-2010)

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Gilles Grandjean, Olivier Cerdan, Guy Richard, Isabelle Cousin, Philippe Lagacherie, et al.. DIGISOIL: An Integrated System of Data Collection Technologies for Mapping Soil Properties. Proximal Soil Sensing, Springer, pp.89-101, 2010, Progress in soil science, 978-90-481-8858-1 978-90-481-8859-8 978-94-007-3288-9. ⟨10.1007/978-90-481-8859-8_7⟩. ⟨hal-00548807⟩
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