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Soil data from Spain. Andalusia

Autor Anaya Romero, María
Fecha de publicación 2013
EditorEuropean Commission
Citación JCR Technical Reports. European HYdropedological Data Inventory. EU - HYDI: 95-100 (2013)
ResumenThe EU - HYDI database of Andalusia region was obtained from the SEIS.net database (www.evenor - tech.com) which stores soil information from more than 1000 soil profiles. Soil data harmonization was previously stored and performed with the SDBm Plus (De la Rosa et al., 2002) , component of MicroLEIS DSS. This soil database is a multilingual soil profile database that stores and retrieves geo - referen ced soil attribute data collected in soil surveys and laboratories. The SDBmPlus database is considered an essential part of any support system for the exploration in decision - making for sustainable agriculture development. However, this sophisticated dat abase can be useful for independent storage of primary soils information assembled at regional or national level, or for temporary storage of data accumulated during a particular soil survey or monitoring exercise at local level. The FAO - CSIC Multilingual Soil Profile Database (SDBmPlus) was developed by the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientifícas (CSIC) /Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS) and coordinated by D. de la Rosa. Its development is funded mainly by the Spanis h Ministry of Environment through the programme SEIS.net . The CSIC is the legal owner of the SEIS.net database registered under application number 200899900514357 in the Delegate Office of the Intellectual Property Registry in Seville, Spain. On the 2nd of February, 2009, CSIC and Evenor - Tech signed a License Contract by which CSIC grants Evenor - Tech exclusive rights to exploit the MicroLEIS System.
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Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.2788/5936
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/88880
DOI10.2788/5936
ISBN 978-92 -79-32355-3
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