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Comparison of Capability of Digitizing Methods to Predict Soil classification According to the Soil Taxonomy and World Reference Base for Soil Resources
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Soil classification generally aims to establish a taxonomy based on breaking the soil continuum into homogeneous groups that can highlight the essential differences in soil properties and functions between classes.The two most widely used modern soil classification schemes are Soil Taxonomy (ST) and World Reference Base for Soil Resources (WRB).With the development of computers and technology, digital and quantitative approaches have been developed. These new techniques that include the spatialdoi:10.22067/jsw.v30i4.47091 doaj:2334e61c333143a985cf2c00330e1444 fatcat:srgdal4idjhynog2liyryujzde