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Soil condition monitoring MER 2008: final result map

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ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004&rft_val_fmt=info%3Aofi%2Ffmt%3Akev%3Amtx%3Adc&rfr_id=info%3Asid%2FANDS&rft_id=http://data.nsw.gov.au/data/dataset/soil-condition-final-nsw-2008-mer-results-&rft.title=Soil condition monitoring MER 2008: final result map&rft.identifier=http://data.nsw.gov.au/data/dataset/soil-condition-final-nsw-2008-mer-results-&rft.publisher=data.nsw.gov.au&rft.description=Show on SEED Web MapData Quality StatementSMU_SoilCond_2016ESRI Web ServiceThis ESRI shapefile with attribute table comprises final results for the Soil Condition theme from the 2008-2009 NSW Monitoring Evaluation and Reporting program. Soil condition is a product of numerous physical and chemical attributes and processes, and was assessed using a number of key indicators: sheet erosion, gully erosion, wind erosion, soil acidity, soil organic carbon, soil structure, soil salinity and acid sulfate soils. It may be interpreted as the soil's ability to deliver ecosystem services and is rated for each of eight indicators from 5 (at or better than reference, natural or pristine condition) to 1 (very degraded). The shapefile gives results for 124 Soil Monitoring Units (SMUs) including (i) the overall Soil Condition index, (ii) the worst rated indicator and its index, and (iii) the worst rated indicator which is rated poor or worse and therefore of concern. Full results are presented in the Technical Report:\r\nOEH (2014), Soil condition and land management in NSW: final results from the 2008-09 monitoring evaluation and reporting program, http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/research-and-publications/publications-search/soil-condition-and-land-management-in-new-south-wales \r\n&rft.creator=Anonymous&rft.date=2021&rft.coverage=140.537109375,-37.52785132422657 140.537109375,-28.092142404985235 153.6328125,-28.092142404985235 153.6328125,-37.52785132422657 140.537109375,-37.52785132422657&rft_rights=Creative Commons Attribution http://www.opendefinition.org/licenses/cc-by&rft_subject=land degradation&rft_subject=soil health&rft.type=dataset&rft.language=English Access the data

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This ESRI shapefile with attribute table comprises final results for the Soil Condition theme from the 2008-2009 NSW Monitoring Evaluation and Reporting program. Soil condition is a product of numerous physical and chemical attributes and processes, and was assessed using a number of key indicators: sheet erosion, gully erosion, wind erosion, soil acidity, soil organic carbon, soil structure, soil salinity and acid sulfate soils. It may be interpreted as the soil's ability to deliver ecosystem services and is rated for each of eight indicators from 5 (at or better than reference, natural or pristine condition) to 1 (very degraded). The shapefile gives results for 124 Soil Monitoring Units (SMUs) including (i) the overall Soil Condition index, (ii) the worst rated indicator and its index, and (iii) the worst rated indicator which is rated poor or worse and therefore of concern. Full results are presented in the Technical Report:\r\nOEH (2014), Soil condition and land management in NSW: final results from the 2008-09 monitoring evaluation and reporting program, http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/research-and-publications/publications-search/soil-condition-and-land-management-in-new-south-wales \r\n

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