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DATA4CPLUS
Thesaurus to define land management practices in agriculture and forestry for soil carbon storage (DATA4CPLUS) SKOS View license
Last submission date February 14, 2023

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DATA4C+ is a thesaurus classifying and defining land management practices in agriculture and forestry for soil carbon storage. DATA4C+ thesaurus is focussed on land management practices identified in the scientific literature as drivers of soil organic carbon (SOC) changes. DATA4C+ thesaurus aim was to fill the gap of lack of a comprehensive thesaurus for land management practices which directly or indirectly affect SOC dynamics. DATA4C+ thesaurus was developped by Cirad, INRAE and IRD during the ANR DATA4C+ project (https://www.data4c-plus-project.fr/en, Projet ANR- 19-DATA-0005). DATA4C+ thesaurus contains 224 classified and defined terms related to land management practices in agriculture and forestry. DATA4C+ thesaurus is organized as a hierarchical tree reflecting the drivers of SOC storage. To have access to the definition of a given term, the user must click on it in the tree. Then a “pop up” appears with the definition of the term and the source of the definition. A link to the source of the definition (URL or DOI) is given for each term. By clicking on this link, a new web page appears. See more...
Initial created on February 24, 2022. For additional information, contact Julien Demenois (julien.demenois@cirad.fr) and Data4 C+ Curator (data4c@cirad.fr).

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interoperability
data
FAIR movement
climate change
soil carbon sequestration

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Agricultural Research, Technology and Engineering


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http://data4c-plus.net/admin/thesaurus/index
http://data4c-plus.net/admin/thesaurus/index
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https://doi.org/10.18167/DVN1/HMCPMF
https://doi.org/10.18167/DVN1/HMCPMF
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