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Digital Soil Mapping: Interactions With And Applications For Hydropedology

J. Thompson, S. Röcker, S. Grunwald, P. Owens
Published 2012 · Computer Science, Environmental Science, Geology

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Spatial information on soils, particularly hydrologic and hydromorphic soil properties, is used to understand and assess soil water retention, flooding potential, erosion hazard, and depth to seasonal high water table. These properties influence soil use and management interpretations for construction, waste disposal, plant production, and water management. Observed soil characteristics (soil horizons and soil properties) serve as both evidence of past processes and an indicator of present processes. As such, hydrologic and hydropedologic factors are useful for understanding and predicting soil variability. Conversely, spatial information on soils can be a critical input to hydrologic and hydropedologic models. Digital soil mapping (DSM) has evolved from traditional soil survey to take advantage of advances in computing and geographic data handling, as well as increased availability of environmental covariate data from digital elevation models and remotely sensed imagery. Digital elevation models can be used to enhance the input to hydrologic and hydropedologic models and extrapolate outputs from these models.
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