Soil and Landscape Grid of Australia

In November 2014, an Australian team completed the first Soil and Landscape Grid of Australia. The entire country is now represented as a digital grid with two billion ‘pixels’ that are about 90 by 90 metres, down to a depth of two metres below the surface. These maps are consistent with the specifications of the…

Read More

Soil information

Soil information is critical for food security, agricultural productivity, avoiding environmental degradation, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, better infrastructure, and improved health and safety. The Oceania Node of the GlobalSoilMap project is producing new digital maps of soil for use by land and soil managers and policymakers.

Read More

Snapshot: Oceania Node

The Oceania Node of the GlobalSoilMap is a partnership for the soil information revolution for a better world. Click here to download the Oceania Node Flyer. OCEANIA NODE OF THE GLOBALSOILMAP PROJECT IS: part of a world−leading project producing the first detailed, 3−D digital map of the world’s soils changing the way we measure and model our land and soil generating fine−scale soil…

Read More