The analyses presented in this advanced atlas are for those soil samples collected for the National Soil Inventory (NSI) by the Soil Survey of England and Wales (now the National Soil Resources Institute, Cranfield University, UK) as described in McGrath and Loveland1 (1992) in the original Soil Geochemical Atlas of England and Wales.
The geochemical analyses presented in the original atlas were for a series of 17 elements.
The advanced atlas presents analyses and maps for a total of 53 elements, which includes the original 17 elements.
The data have already been used to estimate the total quantity of inorganic carbon in the soils of part of England (download the case study).
This e-book publication is the outcome of collaborative research between the British Geological Survey (BGS) and Rothamsted Research.
BGS is a research institute partly funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).
Rothamsted Research receives strategic funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).
The analyses presented in this atlas were funded from the NERC core grant provided to the British Geological Survey.
Data availability: the data presented in the advanced soil atlas are available subject to certain conditions. For further details contact: email@example.com
Rawlins, B G, McGrath, S P, Scheib, A J, Breward, N, Cave, M, Lister, T R, Ingham, M, Gowing, C and Carter, S. 2012. The Advanced Soil Geochemical Atlas of England and Wales. (Keyworth, Nottingham: British Geological Survey.)
For further information contact Dr Chris Johnson
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