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Soil Series Definition

All rationalised soil series with data on parent material type, lithology, mineralogy and particle size groupings for top, contrasting layers and drift type used in the definition of that series

NSI Features

NSI features derives many parameters beneficial for modelling soils. These parameters, derived from readings and measurements taken at the NSI site include the depth from the surface to various...

Mapunit runoff

Dominant pesticide runoff class associated with each soil association in the national map plus a break down of the proportion of the soil association within each of the classes

Standard Horizons used in Classified Soil Pits

A simple subset of horizon designation codes identified for each series

Classified Soil Pit Site Information

Soil Pits represent the most detailed descriptions made of a soil profile. They are used for classification of the soil series. For generating standard property information on a series base it was...

NATMAP2000

NATMAP 2000 is a series based, 2km2 grid vector spatial data set covering the whole of Wales and England. (relative % of soil series flattened in a table for easy database querying)

NATMAP5000DB

NATMAP 5000DB is a series based, 5km2 grid vector spatial data set covering the whole of Wales and England. (relative % of soil series per polygon)

NATMAPSOILSCAPES

This map of the soils of England is a simplified version of the National Soil Map and has been produced by the National Soil Resources Institute (NSRI) of Cranfield University with support from the...

Horizons

This product contains a list of all soil series-layers which describe the respective properties of four successive nominal layers within each soil topsoil, upper subsoil, lower subsoil and...

Raw Soil Pit Site Information

Soil Pits represent the most detailed descriptions made of a soil profile. They are used for classification of the soil series. SOILPIT SITE RAW contains the complete data collected for each site...

Soil Series

Complete list of all Soil Series as defined in the Soil Survey Technical Monograph TM17, including pending series, old series which have been rationalised into modern series and non series classes...

Soil Series Information

List of the basic soil types (or SERIES) which are components of the soil associations on the National Soil Map.

Host Class by Soil Association

Dominant Host class associated with each soil association in the national map plus a break down of the proportion of the soil association within each of the classes

Horizon Fundamentals (PG)

This product contains soil series-layer properties which describe the respective properties of four successive nominal layers within each soil topsoil, upper subsoil, lower subsoil and substrate....

Horizon Fundamentals (Arable)

This product contains soil series-layer properties which describe the respective properties of four successive nominal layers within each soil topsoil, upper subsoil, lower subsoil and substrate....

Horizon Fundamentals

This product contains soil series-layer properties which describe the respective properties of four successive nominal layers within each soil topsoil, upper subsoil, lower subsoil and substrate....

NATMAP 1K (version 3)

NATMAP v3 1K is a series based, 1km2 grid vector spatial data set covering the whole of Wales and England. (relative % of soil associations flattened in a table for easy database querying)

Mapunit Leaching

Dominant leaching class associated with each soil association in the national map plus a break down of the proportion of the soil association within each of the classes

Mapunit GWPP

Summary of GWPP classes within each soil association

Other Soil Pit Analyses

Soil Pits represent the most detailed descriptions made of a soil profile. Samples are taken at various points down the profile and sent to various laboratories for analyses. This product contains...