ESDAC Highlights

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10

Dec

2018

For the convinience of public user , the original excel files of LUCAS have been linked  to Shape files. More information about the LUCAS 2009 poin data and the new GIS files.

 

26

Nov

2018

A new biodiversity factor to be considered in soil erosion modeling. The impact of earthworms and abundance in the soil erodibility factor.

15

Nov

2018

Soil Erosion Indicator: A Dashboard providing aggregated data at various scale for non-GIS experts.

12

Sep

2018

On 21 June 2018, the JRC published a new edition of the World Atlas of Desertification

6

Sep

2018

This ebook  describes the main highlights of the SOIL-NC project in the European Commission, Joint Research Centre

17

Aug

2018

Brazilian/Portuguese version of the Soil Atlas of Latin America and the Caribbean launched at 21st World Soil Congress in Brazil. You can download the PDF version.

17

Jul

2018

Copper distribution in the soils of European Union and Potential Sources of Anthropogenic Copper Inputs. Two published articles and a new dataset

7

May

2018

Further ancillary spatial datasets (Climate-Physiographic Regions , Slope Angle, Lithology, Land Cover) of the recent  European Landslide Susceptibility Map version 2 (ELSUS v2) are now available

13

Mar

2018

Soil carbon sink? It depends also on nitrogen. Soil GHG fluxes using LUCAS soil-DayCent. Find more in our Nature article

13

Mar

2018

A new version 2 of the European Landslide Susceptibility Map (ELSUS v2) is now available

5

Mar

2018

An estimate of net erosion and sediment transport using WaTEM/SEDEM in European Union

5

Feb

2018

New G2 soil erosion data covering 5 study areas: Cyprus, Crete (GR), Tirana (AL), Korece (AL), Strymonas (GR/BG). An update of the model is also provided.

29

Jan

2018

WRB-Level1 soil data for the Soil Atlas of the Northern Circumpolar Region are now available (in GIS shapefile format)

8

Jan

2018

Presentations of the Asia-EC JRC Joint Conference 2017 are available together with proceedings.

20

Dec

2017

An Assessment of the global impact of 21st century land use change on soil erosion and the relevant article in NATURE Communications

10

Nov

2017

Meeting on Pan-European and nationwide landslide susceptibility mapping, JRC, Ispra (Italy), 15-16 November 2017, organized in the framework of the joint activities of the JRC-hosted European Landslide Expert Group and the European Centre on Geomorphological Hazards (CERG) on landslide zoning.

8

Nov

2017

The monograph European Achievements in soil remediation and brownfield redevelopment has been just published, aiming at sharing best practices of soil restoration and management of contaminated sites among European countries.

17

Oct

2017

The European Commission has launched a procurement procedure "Collection of soil data in SOTER format from 14 Danube strategy countries, at scale 1:250 000". All information concerning this call can be found here.

13

Oct

2017

Asia-EC JRC Joint Conference 2017 on  “All That Soil Erosion the Global Task to Conserve Our Soil Resources”, Seoul, 4-7 December 2017

 

31

Aug

2017

A new Soil Hydraulic Database of Europe has been published; it features various parameters such as saturated water content, water content at field capacity and wilting point, saturated hydraulic conductivity. At 1km and 250m resolution.

17

Jul

2017

2 trainee open vacancies (soil contamination, Sino-EU panel on Land Resources) in Soil Napital team

23

Jun

2017

N2O emissions from agricultural soils in Europe. This dataset derives from the integration of the LUCAS soil survey with the bio-geochemistry process-based model DayCent

23

Jun

2017

Global Rainfall Erosivity: JRC research, published today in the Nature Group's Scientific Reports, presents the results of an extensive global data collection effort that calculated the rainfall erosivity index at 3,625 meteorological stations in 63 countries.

9

Jun

2017

Future rainfall erosivity (projections for 2050 based on climate change scenarios). Data are available plus the article in Journal of Hydrology

31

May

2017

You can contribute to the first global assessment of the impacts on soil biodiversity by both anthropogenic and non-anthropogenic pressures. Please respond to the survey.