CHLSOC: the Chilean Soil Organic Carbon database, a multi-institutional collaborative effort
Marco Pfeiffer et al.
CHLSOC: The Chilean Soil Organic Carbon databaseM. Pfeiffer, J. Padarian, R. Osorio, N. Bustamante, G. Olmedo,
M. Guevara, F. Aburto, M. Antilen, E. Araya, E. Arellano,
M. Barret, J. Barrera, P. Boeckx, M. Briceño, S. Bunning, L.
Cabrol, M. Casanova, C. F. Cornejo Pablo, G. Curaqueo, D.
Doetterl, P. Duran, M. Escudey, A. Espinoza, S. Francke, J. P.
Fuentes, M. Fuentes, G. Gajardo, R. García, A. Gallaud,
M. Galleguillos, A. Gomez, M. Hidalgo, J. Ivelic-Sáez,
L. Mashalaba, F. Matus, M. Mora, J. Mora, C. Muñoz, P. Norambuena,
C. Olivera, C. Ovalle, M. Panichini, A. Pauchard,
J. Perez-Quezada, S. Radic, J. Ramirez, N. Riveras, G. Ruiz,
O. Salazar, I. Salgado, O. Seguel, M. Sepúlveda, S. Sierra,
Y. Tapia, B. Toledo, J. M. Torrico, S. Valle, R. Vargas, M. Wolff,
and E. Zagal https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/NMYS3
The CHLSOC database is the biggest soil organic carbon (SOC) database that has been compiled for Chile yet, comprising 13 612 data points. This database is the product of the compilation of numerous sources including unpublished and difficult-to-access data, allowing us to fill numerous spatial gaps where no SOC estimates were publicly available before. The values of SOC compiled in CHLSOC have a wide range, reflecting the variety of ecosystems that exists in Chile.
The CHLSOC database is the biggest soil organic carbon (SOC) database that has been compiled for...