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Titel (primär) Novel approaches for the integration of monitoring data into mapping
Titel (sekundär) ConSoil 2010, 22 - 24 September 2010 Salzburg, Austria ; Proceedings 11th International UFZ-Deltares - TNO Conference on Management of Soil, Groundwater & Sediments. Special Session (SpS 4): Novel Approaches for the integration of monitoring data into mapping
Autor Sauer, U.; Dietrich, P.; Werban, U.; van Straaten, L.; Jordanova, D.;
Erscheinungsjahr 2010
Department MET;
Sprache englisch;
Keywords Soil properties; Digital Soil Mapping; Geophysics; Soil Thematic Strategy; Pedometrics; Pedophysics; Conflict solving approach
Abstract Property maps are required to on the one hand to improve the understanding and quantification of the worldwide issue of soil degradation and on the other hand to achieve the objectives of the "Thematic Strategy for Soil Protection" such as preventing further soil degradation, preserving soil functions and restoring degraded soils. Such maps will assist the specific protection of soil functions and the restoration of degraded soils as well as contribute towards sustainable land use, water and environmental management. High-resolution soil property maps are one major prerequisite for the implementation of the Soil Thematic Strategy and the preparation of the planned Soil Directive. However, such maps are not available in the same resolution and detail in Europa. Conventional, sample-based soil property mapping is very time-consuming, cost-intensive, and the data collected are available only for discrete points in a landscape. Additionally, as laboratory analyses are expensive, many soil properties areestimated in the field by different soil surveyors, resulting in subjective, non-reproducible, and nontransferable data. Thus, sample-based soil mapping is not reasonably applicable for large areas. It could be recognized that currently available techniques for soil mapping still have deficiencies in terms of reliability and precision, the feasibility of investigation of large areas (e.g. catchments and landscapes) and the assessment of soil degradation threats at this scale. Therefore, there is a significant demand to develop new strategies and innovative methods for generating high- resolution and accurate soil property maps and on the other hand to reduce the costs compared to traditional soil mapping. This requires the improvement as well as integration of geophysical and spectroscopic measurement techniques in combination with advanced soil sampling approaches, pedometrical and pedophysical approaches. The EU recognized the need and supports two scientific projects (iSOIL and DIGISOIL) to cover this objective. This session will introduce the iSOIL and the DIGISOIL approach and will show some case studies, e.g. using magnetism of soils and sediments as a tool for estimation of soil erosion and heavy metal pollution. Besides, the validation of the iSOIL approach at large scale will be shown and some conflicts between scientists and stakeholders will be discussed.
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Sauer, U., Dietrich, P., Werban, U., van Straaten, L., Jordanova, D. (2010):
Novel approaches for the integration of monitoring data into mapping
ConSoil 2010, 22 - 24 September 2010 Salzburg, Austria ; Proceedings 11th International UFZ-Deltares - TNO Conference on Management of Soil, Groundwater & Sediments. Special Session (SpS 4): Novel Approaches for the integration of monitoring data into mapping
Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ, Leipzig,