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    Forest site mapping is a standard for classifying forest sites by taking also climate, soil, and vegetation into account. In local projects, site mapping is carried out by different private and governmental forest administrations. The BFW offers the services of soil data harmonization, quality control, and training, regarding the data. New site mapping also in ongoing regional projects, as data is incorporated in the forest site mapping database. Soil indicator mapping is done by auger-tool, 1 m in depth (1-4 samples per hectare). 15% of the Austrian forests were covered (effective 2001), while data is not parcel-specific. Soil type, humus form, texture, horizon sequence, structure, coarse soil content, mottling/concretions, carbonates, rooting, earthworm activity, and others. Exposition, slope, extend of relief unit, substrate. 1:10,000, 1:5,000 or 1:25,000 Data type: Points and Polygon Update: New site mapping in varios regional projects.

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    Map of substrates types will be revised in some parts of the mountain range of the Northern Limestone Alps (Karwendel, Kaiser until 2018) and East Tyrol within the next years. Maps of all types of substrates are freely available, but with a contract. However, the data is available on all forested areas in Tyrol and Forest Stand Type Characterization of Tyrol. Mapping is not parcel-specific. Raw data is available on request. Grain size composition, facies, average depth, carbon content, bulk density; substrate type. Mesorelief Data type: Polygon 2008-2017

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    The General Soil Map is part of the Hydrological Atlas Austria (HAÖ). The Atlas is analog (printed maps) and comes with a CD-ROM with all Data as ESRI-Shapefiles. The price (effective in 2017) is 500 Euro. Soil type Data type: Polygon Year of the last update: 2005

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    Raw data downloadable via www.data.gv.at. Integrated information in the section "Geowissenschaften" within the web-GIS of the federal state of Carinthia. Soil type Data type: Polygon

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    Soil Types Upper Austria (Bodentypen Karte Oberösterreich) Soil type Data type: Points (19)

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    Information about soil management and soil protection of agricultural land, with location description and soil profiles (incl. soil analyses). Mapping is not parcel-specific. Available: 439 points on arable land and 441 points on grassland. F, H+, K, N, P, V, CaCO3, humus %, pH-value, CEC, SO4, clay %, silt %, sand %, fine silt %, coarse silt %, texture (lab), dry bulk density, electric conductivity, acenaphthene, anthracene, benzo(a)anthracene, benzo(b)fluoranthene, benzo(k)fluoranthene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, benzo(a)pyrene, chrysene, dibenzo(a,h)anthracene, indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene, phenanthrene, PCB 28, PCB 52, PCB 138, PCB 153, PCB 180, quintozene, heptachlor, gamma-chlordane, dieldrin, op' DDT, pp' DDT, DDE, DDD, hexachlorbenzol, alpha-HCH, gamma-HCH (Lindan), atrazine, desethylatrazine, simazine, microbiell biomass, nitrogen mineralization, alkaline phosphomonoesterase activity, Al, As, Ca, Cd, Cl, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Hg, Mn, Mg, Mo, Na, Ni, Pb, Se, Tl, Zn, date of sampling, original sample number, size and type of sampling area, horizon boundary, humus content in agricultural soils, skeleton content, soil colour wetted, mottling, concretions, carbon content at the site, primary soil structure, clarity of aggregate formation 1, size of aggregates, porosity, root penetration intensity, bioturbation, texture at the site, humus type in agricultural soils. Name of site, date of site description, original site number, survey type - temporal scope, survey type - intensity of load/exposure, survey type - extension, sampling point distribution, page number of oeK 1: 50 000, municipal number, parcel number, number of cadastral commune, coordinate east west, map projection or coordinate system, exposition, slope class, macro relief (land form), surface inflow and surface runoff, ground water and perched surface water, slope water, soil water conditions, parent material according to field work, parent material, carbonate content of parent material, soil type, carbonate in profile, soil type - text, root penetration depth, land use, type of agriculture, fertiliser and other substances, pesticides, main emitter, direction emitter location, distance to main emitter, soil value according to the department of soil science, landslides risk, flooding risk, debris flow risk, landscape zone, erosion risk, mapping zone according to the department of soil science, lithology after Danneberg et al., raster system, primary texture - addition, geological Great(Units) after GBA, geological Subunits after GBA, parent material after Heilig & Koch 1997, additions to parent material, soil regions and subregions after Fink, soil units after Fink, soil map units (SMUs) after FAO, parent material after FAO, agricultural main and small production areas (GIS), forest growing areas (GIS), natural environment groups and units after Sauberer et al., 1995, cultural landscape after Wrbka - type group, cultural landscape after Wrbka - type series, population density (source: oeSTAT, 1991) - number, population density (source: oeSTAT, 1991) - class, content traffic area (source: UBA, 2001) - number. Grid dimension: 2750x2750 m Data type: Points (880) Period of initial survey: 1990-1993

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    Information about soil management and soil protection of agricultural land, with a description of locations and soil profiles (incl. soil analyses). Mapping is not parcel-specific. Avaliable: 156 points on arable land and 10 points on grassland. B, F, H+, K, N, P, S, V, CaCO3, TC, pH-value, SO4, clay %, fine silt %, medium silt %, coarse silt %, fine sand %, medium sand %, coarse sand %, texture (lab), dry bulk density, electric conductivity, anthracene, benzo(a)anthracene, benzo(b)fluoranthene, benzo(k)fluoranthene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, benzo(a)pyrene, chrysene, indeno(1,2,3-c,d)pyrene, phenanthrene, PCB 28, PCB 52, PCB 101, PCB 138, PCB 153, PCB 180, heptachlor, beta-heptachlorepoxid, gamma-chlordane, dieldrin, DDT, DDE, DDD, hexachlorbenzol, alpha-HCH, gamma-HCH (Lindan), atrazine, desethylatrazine, simazine, terbuthylazine, alachlor, metazachlor, metolachlor, prometryn, propazine, Al, As, Ca, Cd, Cl, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Hg, Mn, Mg, Mo, Na, Ni, Pb, Se, Zn, date of sampling, original sample number, size and type of sampling area, horizon boundary, humus content in agricultural soils, skeleton content, soil colour wetted, mottling, carbon content at the site, primary soil structure, clarity of aggregate formation 1, size of aggregates, porosity, root penetration intensity, bioturbation, texture at the site. Date of site description, name of surveyor, original site number, survey type - temporal scope, survey type - extension, sampling point distribution, page number of oeK 1: 50 000, tract number of forest inventory, municipal number, parcel number, number of cadastral commune, coordinate east west, coordinate north south, map projection or coordinate system, median stripe for Gauss-Krueger, BMN and military coordinates, precision of coordinates, exposition, slope class, macro relief (land form), horizontal extension of land form, vertical extension of land form, micro relief, ground water and perched surface water, slope water, soil water conditions, parent material according to field work, parent material, soil type, carbonate in profile, root penetration depth, land use, soil type - additions, raster system, primary texture - addition, geological Great(Units) after GBA, geological Subunits after GBA, parent material after Heilig & Koch 1997, additions to parent material, soil regions and subregions after Fink, soil units after Fink, soil map units (SMUs) after FAO, parent material after FAO, agricultural main and small production areas (GIS), forest growing areas (GIS), natural environment groups and units after Sauberer et al., 1995, cultural landscape after Wrbka - type group, cultural landscape after Wrbka - type series, population density (source: oeSTAT, 1991) - number, population density (source: oeSTAT, 1991) - class, content traffic area (source: UBA, 2001) - number. Grid dimension: 2750x2750 m or 1380x1380 m Data type: Points (481)

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    Information about soil management and soil protection of agricultural land, with a description of locations and soil profiles (incl. soil analyses). Mapping is not-parcel-specific. There are 164 points available on arable land, 234 points on grassland and 91 on mountain pastures (Alm). H+, K, N, P, CaCO3, humus %, pH-value, clay %, silt %, sand %, electric conductivity, Al, As, Ca, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Hg, Mg, Mn, Mo, Na, Ni, Pb, Se, Zn, date of sampling, name of sampler, original sample number, size, and type of sampling area, horizon boundary, humus content in agricultural soils, skeleton content, soil colour wetted, soil colour, mottling, concretions, carbon content at the site, primary soil structure, clarity of aggregate formation 1, size of aggregates, porosity, root penetration intensity, bioturbation, texture at the site, humus type in agricultural soils. Date of site description, name of surveyor, name of coordinator of BDB-site, address of coordinator of BDB-site, original site number, survey type - temporal scope, survey type - extension, sampling point distribution, page number of oeK 1: 50 000, municipal number, parcel number, number of cadastral commune, coordinate east west, coordinate north south, map projection or coordinate system, median stripe for Gauss-Krueger, BMN and military coordinates, resolution of DEM for altitude calculation, exposition, slope class, macro relief (land form), micro relief, surface inflow and surface runoff, ground water and perched surface water, slope water, soil water conditions, parent material according to field work, parent material, carbonate content of parent material, grain size of parent material, soil type, carbonate in profile, root penetration depth, land use, current crop, fertiliser and other substances, pesticides, farm size, agricultural utilised area, main emitter, use of pesticides, horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, chickens, other birds, soil type - additions, mapping zone according to the department of soil science, drainage, soil form according to department for soil science, area of used forest, lithology after Danneberg et al., raster system, primary texture - addition, geological Great(Units) after GBA, geological Subunits after GBA, parent material after Heilig & Koch 1997, additions to parent material, soil regions and subregions after Fink, soil units after Fink, soil map units (SMUs) after FAO, parent material after FAO, agricultural main and small production areas (GIS), forest growing areas (GIS), natural environment groups and units after Sauberer et al., 1995, cultural landscape after Wrbka - type group, cultural landscape after Wrbka - type series, population density (source: oeSTAT, 1991) - number, population density (source: oeSTAT, 1991) - class, content traffic area (source: UBA, 2001) - number. Grid dimension: 4000x4000 m Data type: Points (174) Period of initial survey: 1992-1993

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    This map is part of the Forest Site mapping and it was finished along with forest stand types, for whole Tyrol, but the map of substrate types will be revised in some parts (Karwendel, Kaiser until 2018; East Tyrol within the next years) due to lack of accurate information about quarterly geology. Maps of forest stand types and substrate types are freely available, but with a contract. Soil data is not available. All forest area in the Tyrol region has been covered, as well as forest planning instruments for all forest owners in Tyrol with management guidelines towards natural stand vegetation (handbook). Mapping is not parcel-specific. Further soil parameters are planned to be added within the Links4Soils project, such as water permeability and compaction risk. Data description: https://www.tirol.gv.at/umwelt/wald/schutzwald/waldtypisierung/ Data viewer (tirisMaps 2.0): https://www.tirol.gv.at/statistik-budget/tiris/ Soil type, humus form, texture, horizon sequence, structure, coarse soil content, mottling/concretions, carbonates, rooting, compactness, pH value, substrate. Exposition, slope, altitude, extend of relief unit, hydrologic balance, historical land use, percentage rock, and debris. 400 m² per mapping point; GIS polygons >3500m³ Data type: Points and Polygon 2003-2017

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    The assessment was done on the basis of the soil management survey (eBod). All agricultural areas in Upper Austria are covered, except for mountain pastures. The mapping is not parcel-specific. Data can be downloaded via www.data.gv.at, which is an addition to the data set "Landwirtschafliche Bodenkarte OÖ (eBod) erweitert um die Bodenfunktionen". Habitat for soil organisms, habitat potential for plant communities, natural soil fertility, runoff regulation, filtering and buffering of pollutants. Data type: Polygon