The Soil geochemical atlas of Northern Ireland



Publisher: Agricultural and Environmental Science Division, DANI in Belfast

Written in English
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Statement[compiled by] C. Jordan ... [et al.].
ContributionsJordan, C., Great Britain. Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland. Agricultural and Environmental Science Division.
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Open LibraryOL17191695M

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The analyses presented in this advanced atlas are for those soil samples collected for the National Soil Inventory by the Soil Survey of England and Wales (now the National Soil Resources Institute.

Geochemical atlases are maps or databases providing regional coverage for a given media type (soil, sediment, groundwater, rocks, etc) at a large scale. They often cover a whole country or a larger. In the case of I, the recent high density mapping of Northern Ireland (Smyth and Johnson, ) displays highly contiguous patterns, with elevated values generally restricted to coastal areas Cited by: The principal hard copy product of the G-BASE project is a series of regional geochemical atlases.

The Index map of geochemical atlases shows more detail on the extent of each region. The majority of. Geochemical data for topsoils collected during the Tellus Project in Northern Ireland and the Tellus Border Project in the Republic of Ireland have been merged into a single dataset covering the twelve .