GlobalSoilMap: Toward a Fine-Resolution Global Grid of Soil Properties

@article{Arrouays2014GlobalSoilMapTA,
  title={GlobalSoilMap: Toward a Fine-Resolution Global Grid of Soil Properties},
  author={Dominique Arrouays and Mike Grundy and Alfred E. Hartemink and Jonathan Hempel and Gerard B. M. Heuvelink and S. Young Hong and Philippe Lagacherie and Glenn Lelyk and Alex B. McBratney and N. J. McKenzie and Maria de Lourdes Mendonça-Santos and Budiman Minasny and Luca Montanarella and Inakwu O. A. Odeh and Pedro Andrade S{\'a}nchez and James Thompson and Gan Zhang},
  journal={Advances in Agronomy},
  year={2014},
  volume={125},
  pages={93-134}
}
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