Digital soil morphometrics is defined as the application of tools and techniques for measuring, mapping and quantifying soil profile attributes and deriving continuous depth functions. In digital soil morphometrics, proximal soil sensing and other tools are used in soil profile descriptions where techniques and toolkits have not changed in the past decades.
We are an IUSS Working Group and have held an inaugural workshop in Madison, USA 1-4 June 2015. The second workshop will be held at the James Hutton Institute in Scotland, UK in June 2017.
For a full definition and more details on digital soil morphometrics click here or you can study the word cloud….