Canadian Soil Information System Related

The Canadian System of Soil Classification, Third Edition:: Online and searchable version of this book.

Australian Soil Resource Information System (ASRIS):: Interactive soil maps and information on soil resources in Australia, from national to local (soil profile) scale.

Canadian Heritage Rivers System:: Established to give national recognition to the important rivers of Canada, to conserve them and to encourage the public to learn about and appreciate them.

Forage Information System:: Topics includes information on species, varieties, grazing, hay, and silage systems, management, quality and testing, and livestock utilization. Oregon State University.

Raptor Information System:: Computerized literature retrieval system which focuses on raptor management, human impacts on raptors, the mitigation of adverse impacts and basic raptor biology, with an emphasis on population dynamics and predation.

UK: LandIS - Land Information System:: Provide site reports, GIS datasets and a free "Interactive Soilscapes Viewer" for UK soils National Soil Resource Institute, Cranfield University).

Current Research Information System:: USDA funded portal offers descriptions of current and completed research projects. Find funding summaries, process charts, salary analysis, and a classification manual.

Legume Information System (LIS):: The mission of LIS is to enable productive applied and basic research in the legumes by relating data from multiple crop and model species, and by helping researchers traverse among various data types. We would like to get your questions, suggestions, and contributions! The LIS, a component of the Model Plant Initiative (MPI), is developed by the National Center for Genome Resources in cooperation with the USDA Agricultural Research Service under

Passive Integrated Transponder Information System:: The Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) tag has been developed as a research and management tool for monitoring the movement of juvenile and adult salmonids in the Columbia River Basin.

Information Management System for Invasive Species:: APHIS Raleigh Plant Protection Center. Site has information on noxious weeds, non-indigenous arthropods that have been introduced into North America, and other invasive species regulated by the U.S. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).

  • New Additions: Soil Morphology, Classification and Survey
Wallace Laboratories
Australia: Soil Maps of Tasmania (DPIW)
Australian Soil Classification: An Interactive Key
Australian Soil Resource Information System (ASRIS)