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SoilsWordwide is presented as an educational reference source of information on soils and soil-related issues and is the sister website to the closely associated [http://www.soil-net.com Soil-Net] schools-age educational web portal. SoilsWorldwide is also closely linked to the World Soil Survey Archive and Catalogue project ([http://www.wossac.com WOSSAC]) operated by Cranfield University.
 
SoilsWordwide is presented as an educational reference source of information on soils and soil-related issues and is the sister website to the closely associated [http://www.soil-net.com Soil-Net] schools-age educational web portal. SoilsWorldwide is also closely linked to the World Soil Survey Archive and Catalogue project ([http://www.wossac.com WOSSAC]) operated by Cranfield University.
  
If you would like to contact the SoilsWorldwide project, please contact us at wossac @ cranfield.ac.uk.
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For more specific information about the work of NSRI and the soils information available visit the NSRI Land Information System ([http://www.landis.org.uk LandIS]).
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If you would like to contact the SoilsWorldwide project, please contact us at wossac@cranfield.ac.uk.

Revision as of 20:27, 22 November 2007

Welcome to SoilsWorldwide.net! This website, managed and run by Cranfield University's National Soil Resources Institute (NSRI), sets out to offer a definitive source of information on world soils, and is the home of the International Soils Photographic Image Catalogue (SoilPIC). The SoilPIC project commenced with supportive funding from the British Society for Soil Science, and seeks to draw together a set of soil horizon and landscape photographs for all the major world soils.

SoilsWordwide is presented as an educational reference source of information on soils and soil-related issues and is the sister website to the closely associated Soil-Net schools-age educational web portal. SoilsWorldwide is also closely linked to the World Soil Survey Archive and Catalogue project (WOSSAC) operated by Cranfield University.

For more specific information about the work of NSRI and the soils information available visit the NSRI Land Information System (LandIS).

If you would like to contact the SoilsWorldwide project, please contact us at wossac@cranfield.ac.uk.

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