Worldwide Portal to Information on Soil Health



Worldwide Portal to Information on Soil Health Related

Children's Environmental Health Information Resources for Public Health Professionals:: National Network of Libraries of Medicine project to provide public health professionals with access to information resources.

European Soil Portal:: European soil related databases, maps, documents, publications, projects, news and mailing-list at the European Commission, Joint Research Centre.

FAO Soil Biodiversity Portal:: Includes a framework under which soil biodiversity can be assessed, managed and conserved with pointers to research, capacity building and policy and programme development needs. Case studies and full information.

Hurricane Evacuation Information - TexasOnline Emergency Portal:: Find maps providing specific hurricane evacuation information for Texas's Beaumont, Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Houston, and Matagorda areas as well as the entire Texas coast.

Worldwide Seafood prices and information:: The latest prices and information from buyers and suppliers of seafood worldwide.

Environmental Health Information Service:: EHIS is an on-line service of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. The EHIS provides the most accurate and timely information on environmental health, toxicology, and cancer.

Soil Health and Fertility:: Provides a number of downloadable publications on various aspects of soil management, provided by the NSW Department of Primary Industries.

Canadian Soil Information System:: Information on soil surveys and analysis but also on the Environmental Sustainablility of Canadian Agriculture.

A Compendium of On-Line Soil Survey Information:: A collection of links and information on soil classification systems: Institutes, classifications and methods, databases, and learning resources. (by D G Rossiter)

International Soil Reference and Information Centre:: Foundation for documentation, training and research on soils, with emphasis on developing countries. Houses the "World Soil Museum".

  • New Additions: Soils
Australian Soil Club
Rubberecycle
Agricultural Chemicals and the Soil
Bob Lippert's Frequently Asked Questions