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World Reference Base for Soil Resources.International Soil Reference and Information Centre (ISRIC).
The WOCAT events are jointly organized by the Centre for Development and Environment of the University of Berne (CDE/UoB), Switzerland, with the CAMP Alatoo NGO for sustainable mountain development, the University of Central Asia (UCA), GIZ/CACILM (Central Asia Countries Initiative on Land Management) and National Centre for Competency in Research North-South (NCCR-NS)project with support of the Swiss Development Corporation (SDC) and the management team: CDE, UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and International Soils Resources and Information Centre (ISRIC).
"Degradation is primarily driven by land management and catastrophic natural phenomena," said Dr David Dent of ISRIC - World Soil Information.
Planning for the IYPE began in 2000; twelve-organizations--IUGS, IUGG, IGU, AGI, INQUA, AAPG, ILP, IUSS, ISRIC, GSL, TNO, and AIPG--were part of the initial effort to organize this special year for the Earth sciences and became Founding Partners.
[23] FAO, ISRIC, and ISSS, World Reference Base for Soil Resources, vol.
Van Reeuwijk, Procedures for Soil Analyses, ISRIC, Wageningen, Germany, 6th edition, 2012.
[7] FAO, World Reference Base For Soil Resources, ISRIC, Rome, Italy, 2006.