Stephen H. Hallett

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Soil and landform information is needed for a wide range of applications but available data are often inaccessible, incomplete, or out of date. Within the European FP7 project ‘e-SOTER’, following recognised harmonisation principles, we developed an XML schema to serve as an exchange format for soil and terrain data derived from e-SOTER methodologies(More)
Established and developed over the last 30 years, the Land Information System (LandIS) holds significant national soil-environmental datasets collected primarily by the Soil Survey of England and Wales between 1939 and 1987, and latterly by the National Soil Resources Institute (NSRI) at Cranfield University. LandIS data are in widespread use through(More)
Road and rail networks provide critical support for society, yet they can be degraded by seasonal soil movements. Currently, few transport network operators monitor small-scale soil movement, but understanding the conditions contributing to infrastructure failure can improve network resilience. Persistent Scatterers Interferometry (PSI) is a remote sensing(More)
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