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Mapping soil fertility parameters, such as soil carbon (C), is fundamentally important for forest management and research related to forest growth and climate change. This study seeks to establish the link between Eucalyptus grandis canopy spectra and soil carbon using raw and continuumremoved spectra. Canopy-level spectra were collected using a hand-held 350-2500nm spectroradiometer and soil samples obtained at depths from 0-1.2m and analysed for carbon content. Partial least squares (PLS)doi:10.4314/sajg.v4i4.12 fatcat:5qfhgsqkgfeo5aupwckp7pskaq