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ISIS Final Technical Report 17: User Guide for Systems Management
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The Irish Soil Information System (Irish SIS) project was established in
2008, following a comprehensive inventory of Irish soil data compiled by
Daly and Fealy (2007), which had highlighted that soil data coverage of
Ireland was incomplete in both detail and extent. The Irish SIS project was
funded under the Environmental Protection Agency STRIVE Research Programme
2007-2013 and co-funded by Teagasc. It was led by Teagasc with the
participation of researchers from Cranfield University (UK) and University
College Dublin. The overall objective of the Irish SIS project was to
conduct a programme of structured research into the national distribution of
soil types and construct a soil map, at 1:250,000 scale, which would
identify and describe the soils according to a consistent national legend.
This map is now available in digital format and forms the basis of a new
soil information system for Ireland (http://soils.teagasc.ie).
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