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Soil Information System for Latin America and the Caribbean SISLAC - Guillermo Olmedo

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The 21st World Congress of Soil Science
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 12 - 17 August 2018

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Soil Information System for Latin America and the Caribbean SISLAC - Guillermo Olmedo

  1. 1. Outline Soil Information in LAC Supporting countries recovering soil data Visibility to existing initiatives Data policy Current features Upcoming features
  2. 2. SISLAC.org 6060 soil profiles
  3. 3. WoSIS LAC 8970 soil profiles
  4. 4. Country Soil Information Survey - CountrySIS Assess soil databases and information systems currently existing on the national level, in order to plan global activities according to the capacities and needs of the countries. Starts from soil property database. If the database is a part of a soil information system (SIS), it continues to describe the SIS (if not, the SIS section can be skipped). The last section is dedicated to the soil monitoring system (if it is present).
  5. 5. CountrySIS - LAC - summary ARG - Sisinta: 4800 soil profiles BRA - Sistema de Informação de Solos Brasileiros - Embrapa: 8345 soil profiles and 8106 top soil samples BRA - Free Brazilian Repository for Open Soil Data / Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM) and Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná (UTFPR): 13562 soil profiles and 1084 top soil samples. CHL - Chilean SOC Dataset: 2476 soil profiles or top soil samples. COL - IGAC: 4600 soil profiles or top soil samples URY - Sist. de Información de Suelos de Uruguay (SISU): 1600 soil profiles Totaling 44756 potential soil observations
  6. 6. Paraguay Legacy data During the preparation of the GSOCmap we supported many countries, like Paraguay, to rescue legacy soil data. This information was spread in different soil centers and on paper support.
  7. 7. Chilean SOC dataset In an unprecedented national effort, between May and July 2018 a group of 47 professionals from 31 public and private institutions joint together to build the largest to date SOC dataset of Chile. This dataset contains almost 3000 soil observations. Currently, available information ranges between 57 and 400 soil observations.
  8. 8. Soil Information System of Argentina Hosting almost 5000 soil profiles at sisinta.inta.gob.ar
  9. 9. Repositório Brasileiro Livre para Dados Abertos do Solo Hosting more than 13000 soil profiles at http://coral.ufsm.br/febr/
  10. 10. SASOCmap 40,492 SOC observations - SOC stock at the first 30 cm adds to 87.6 Pg
  11. 11. Interoperatibility barriers (Vargas et al , 2017)
  12. 12. GSP Soil data policy This Data Policy has been developed by the Global Soil Partnership secretariat in order to promote soil data sharing. This GSP data policy aims to ensure that: every existing ownership right to shared soil data are respected; the specific level of access and the conditions for data sharing are clearly specified; the ownership of each dataset and web service is properly acknowledged and well-referenced; the data owners are protected from any liability arising from the use of their original and/or derived data
  13. 13. GSP Soil data policy This Data Policy has been developed by the Global Soil Partnership secretariat in order to promote soil data sharing. This GSP data policy aims to ensure that: every existing ownership right to shared soil data are respected; the specific level of access and the conditions for data sharing are clearly specified; the ownership of each dataset and web service is properly acknowledged and well-referenced; the data owners are protected from any liability arising from the use of their original and/or derived data
  14. 14. GSP Soil data policy This Data Policy has been developed by the Global Soil Partnership secretariat in order to promote soil data sharing. This GSP data policy aims to ensure that: every existing ownership right to shared soil data are respected; the specific level of access and the conditions for data sharing are clearly specified; the ownership of each dataset and web service is properly acknowledged and well-referenced; the data owners are protected from any liability arising from the use of their original and/or derived data
  15. 15. GSP Soil data policy This Data Policy has been developed by the Global Soil Partnership secretariat in order to promote soil data sharing. This GSP data policy aims to ensure that: every existing ownership right to shared soil data are respected; the specific level of access and the conditions for data sharing are clearly specified; the ownership of each dataset and web service is properly acknowledged and well-referenced; the data owners are protected from any liability arising from the use of their original and/or derived data
  16. 16. Data sharing principles Accessibility: the data shall be divulged through the Internet (web services). Availability: means the presentation of the data in a convenient, platform-independent and standards-conformant format (e.g. web feature service WFS). License: the formal concession of the usage and access rights over the data shared. Cost: data shall be shared free of cost, or at no more than a reasonable reproduction cost, preferably by downloading over the Internet. Re-use and Redistribution: data must be provided and licensed under terms that permit its re- use and redistribution, including intermixing with other datasets. Global benefit: any user must be able to access, use and redistribute data of the Global Soil Information System. However, inherited restrictions by national data policies shall be accepted. Metadata: data describing the products of the Global Soil Information System will by default be open for access.
  17. 17. Data sharing principles Accessibility: the data shall be divulged through the Internet (web services). Availability: means the presentation of the data in a convenient, platform-independent and standards-conformant format (e.g. web feature service WFS). License: the formal concession of the usage and access rights over the data shared. Cost: data shall be shared free of cost, or at no more than a reasonable reproduction cost, preferably by downloading over the Internet. Re-use and Redistribution: data must be provided and licensed under terms that permit its re- use and redistribution, including intermixing with other datasets. Global benefit: any user must be able to access, use and redistribute data of the Global Soil Information System. However, inherited restrictions by national data policies shall be accepted. Metadata: data describing the products of the Global Soil Information System will by default be open for access.
  18. 18. Data sharing principles Accessibility: the data shall be divulged through the Internet (web services). Availability: means the presentation of the data in a convenient, platform-independent and standards-conformant format (e.g. web feature service WFS). License: the formal concession of the usage and access rights over the data shared. Cost: data shall be shared free of cost, or at no more than a reasonable reproduction cost, preferably by downloading over the Internet. Re-use and Redistribution: data must be provided and licensed under terms that permit its re- use and redistribution, including intermixing with other datasets. Global benefit: any user must be able to access, use and redistribute data of the Global Soil Information System. However, inherited restrictions by national data policies shall be accepted. Metadata: data describing the products of the Global Soil Information System will by default be open for access.
  19. 19. Data sharing principles Accessibility: the data shall be divulged through the Internet (web services). Availability: means the presentation of the data in a convenient, platform-independent and standards-conformant format (e.g. web feature service WFS). License: the formal concession of the usage and access rights over the data shared. Cost: data shall be shared free of cost, or at no more than a reasonable reproduction cost, preferably by downloading over the Internet. Re-use and Redistribution: data must be provided and licensed under terms that permit its re- use and redistribution, including intermixing with other datasets. Global benefit: any user must be able to access, use and redistribute data of the Global Soil Information System. However, inherited restrictions by national data policies shall be accepted. Metadata: data describing the products of the Global Soil Information System will by default be open for access.
  20. 20. Data sharing principles Accessibility: the data shall be divulged through the Internet (web services). Availability: means the presentation of the data in a convenient, platform-independent and standards-conformant format (e.g. web feature service WFS). License: the formal concession of the usage and access rights over the data shared. Cost: data shall be shared free of cost, or at no more than a reasonable reproduction cost, preferably by downloading over the Internet. Re-use and Redistribution: data must be provided and licensed under terms that permit its re- use and redistribution, including intermixing with other datasets. Global benefit: any user must be able to access, use and redistribute data of the Global Soil Information System. However, inherited restrictions by national data policies shall be accepted. Metadata: data describing the products of the Global Soil Information System will by default be open for access.
  21. 21. Data sharing principles Accessibility: the data shall be divulged through the Internet (web services). Availability: means the presentation of the data in a convenient, platform-independent and standards-conformant format (e.g. web feature service WFS). License: the formal concession of the usage and access rights over the data shared. Cost: data shall be shared free of cost, or at no more than a reasonable reproduction cost, preferably by downloading over the Internet. Re-use and Redistribution: data must be provided and licensed under terms that permit its re- use and redistribution, including intermixing with other datasets. Global benefit: any user must be able to access, use and redistribute data of the Global Soil Information System. However, inherited restrictions by national data policies shall be accepted. Metadata: data describing the products of the Global Soil Information System will by default be open for access.
  22. 22. Data sharing principles Accessibility: the data shall be divulged through the Internet (web services). Availability: means the presentation of the data in a convenient, platform-independent and standards-conformant format (e.g. web feature service WFS). License: the formal concession of the usage and access rights over the data shared. Cost: data shall be shared free of cost, or at no more than a reasonable reproduction cost, preferably by downloading over the Internet. Re-use and Redistribution: data must be provided and licensed under terms that permit its re- use and redistribution, including intermixing with other datasets. Global benefit: any user must be able to access, use and redistribute data of the Global Soil Information System. However, inherited restrictions by national data policies shall be accepted. Metadata: data describing the products of the Global Soil Information System will by default be open for access.
  23. 23. CC Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0
  24. 24. CC Attribution 4.0
  25. 25. SISLAC
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  31. 31. The software Spatial database + web frontend Published as free and open software (AGLPv3.0) Code and database design available on our github repository Multi-language graphical user interface to upload and query data easily and fast.
  32. 32. The software Spatial database + web frontend Published as free and open software (AGLPv3.0) Code and database design available on our github repository Multi-language graphical user interface to upload and query data easily and fast.
  33. 33. The software Spatial database + web frontend Published as free and open software (AGLPv3.0) Code and database design available on our github repository Multi-language graphical user interface to upload and query data easily and fast.
  34. 34. The software Spatial database + web frontend Published as free and open software (AGLPv3.0) Code and database design available on our github repository Multi-language graphical user interface to upload and query data easily and fast.
  35. 35. Upcoming features Integration with R Interoperatibility with other soil databases Data harvesting from LAC national initiatives Non spatial explicit data

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