Towards mapping soil carbon landscapes: Issues of sampling scale and transferability

Miller, B.A., S. Koszinski, W. Hierold, H. Rogasik, B. Schröder, K. Van Oost, M. Wehrhan, and M. Sommer. Towards mapping soil carbon landscapes: issues of sampling scale and transferability. Soil and Tillage Research 156:194-208. doi: 10.1016/j.still.2015.07.004. Continue reading “Towards mapping soil carbon landscapes: Issues of sampling scale and transferability”

Spatial modeling of organic carbon in degraded peatland soils of northeast Germany

Koszinski, S., B.A. Miller, W. Hierold, H. Haelbich, and M. Sommer. 2015. Organic carbon stocks in degraded peatland soils of northeast Germany in relation to elevation, electrical conductivity, and peat thickness. Soil Science Society of America Journal 79(5):1496-1508. doi: 10.2136/sssaj2015.01.0019. Continue reading “Spatial modeling of organic carbon in degraded peatland soils of northeast Germany”

Comparison of spatial association approaches for landscape mapping of soil organic carbon stocks

Miller, B.A., S. Koszinski, M. Wehrhan, and M. Sommer. 2015. Comparison of spatial association approaches for landscape mapping of soil organic carbon stocks. SOIL 1(1):217-233. doi:10.5194/soil-1-217-2015. Continue reading “Comparison of spatial association approaches for landscape mapping of soil organic carbon stocks”

Impact of multi-scale predictor selection for modeling soil properties

Miller, B.A., S. Koszinski, M. Wehrhan, and M. Sommer. 2015. Impact of multiscale predictor selection for modeling soil properties. Geoderma 239-240:97-106. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2014.09.018. Continue reading “Impact of multi-scale predictor selection for modeling soil properties”

Multi-scale Parameter Selection for Predicting Soil Organic Carbon (2014 Digital Soil Mapping Workshop)

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