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  • SCIENCE AREAS Environment and climate change Agriculture and food security
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ASGTS - Kenya

The study (JRC and FAO-MAFAP, 2018) provides scientific evidences supporting the new Agriculture Sector Growth and Transformation Strategy in Kenya. A Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model specifically modified for the context of Kenya is used to address ...

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Soil erosion by wind

This dataset consists of various elements related to soil erosion by wind: 1) Soil loss by wind erosion in European agricultural soils (2016); 1km resolution, 2) Land susceptibility to wind erosion (2014), 500m resolution, 3) Wind erosion susceptibility of Eu...

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Global Rainfall Erosivity

Rainfall erosivity dataset (2017) is one of the input layers when calculating the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) model, which is the most frequently used model for soil erosion risk estimation; for the whole World; R-factor map at resolutions of...

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European Soil Database v2 Raster Library 1kmx1km

This database (2006) is a set of raster data sets that have been derived from the European soil Database v2, for most attributes. The values for the attributes are categorized (non-continuous). These rasters are an interpretation of the data that are contained...

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Progress in the management of contaminated sites in Europe

These are the underlying data for the report "Progress in management of contaminated sites (CSI 015)", based on the 2011 EIONET NRC Soil data collection concerning contaminated sites, and stored in an MS Excel file. Some data/information that arrived at JRC af...

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Database (2004) developed from the measured profiles; present in the Soil Profile Analytical Database of Europe of the European Soil Database v2. It counts 560 profiles within the EU.

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Biodiversity factor in soil erosion.

A biological factor to be included in soil erosion modelling. The available data for Earthwork diversity (richness and abundance) introduced a new "earthworm factor" to be incorporated in soil erosion modelling.