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Eleven years ago the author published a paper (Soil Use and Management 20(3): 296-301) titled "Digital soil resource inventories: status and prospects", which concluded that, at the time, the quantity and quality of digital soil survey information at global, national, regional, and local scales was increasing dramatically, however with several problems (1) lack of metadata, (2) limited interpretations for professionals who are not soil specialists, (3) geodesic incompatibility with otherdoi:10.1007/978-981-10-0415-5_22 fatcat:5tbuquzgnjfgxkyftndzblqhii