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Horizon Hydraulics (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 Hydraulics

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....

Hydrological Rock class by Soil Association

Dominant hydrological rock 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 Structure

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

NSI Site (raw)

The National Soil Inventory (NSI) site data is a spatial, point dataset with 6127 points, located in a 5km grid across England and Wales. NSI site provides a in depth description of the general...

Texture Group

Complete list of texture groups used in series definitions (including those groups which represent combinations of two texture classes)

Horizon Hydraulics (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....

Climatological Data for Agricultural Land Classification

Climatic data are required for the assessment of Agricultural Land Classification (ALC). The climatic data listed here are provided as a grid dataset with 5km spacings. The datasets are derived...

Soil Series Agronomy

This product contains many properties of soil series, most of which are agronomic in nature. The water available throughout the profile to various crops (which is derived from the texture,...

Modern Correlatives for Old Soil Series

This product lists the modern correlative for (dead) soil series that are no longer separated in the current classification

NATMAP1000

NATMAP 1000 is a series based, 1km2 grid vector spatial data set covering the whole of Wales and England. (relative % of soil series flattened in a table for easy database querying)

NATMAP Legend (version 3)

Text descriptions of Geology, Soil and Site characteristics and of Cropping and Land Use for each map unit of the National Map.

Host Class

Hydrological Of Soil Types (HOST) - a hydrological classification of the soils in the UK. Definition of each host class plus selected properties

NSI Site

The National Soil Inventory (NSI) site data is a spatial, point dataset with 6127 points, located in a 5km grid across England and Wales. NSI site provides a in depth description of the general...

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...

Classified Soil Pit Profile 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...

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)

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...

NATMAP1000

NATMAP 1000 is a series based, 1km2 grid vector spatial data set covering the whole of Wales and England. (relative % of soil series flattened in a table for easy database querying)