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Soil Boron Toxicity (proportion of land affected)

Boron is an essential trace element occurring naturally in soil, but is toxic to many agricultural plants at high concentrations. High boron levels are often associated with windblown deposition of marine sediments, lower rainfall areas and impermeable clay layers (due to reduced leaching). Mapping shows the proportion of land with boron toxicity in the upper 100 cm of soil, while detailed proportion data are supplied for calculating respective areas of each boron toxicity class (spatial data statistics).

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Field Value
Title Soil Boron Toxicity (proportion of land affected)
Type Dataset
Language English
Licence Creative Commons Attribution
Data Status active
Hosted/Linked Linked
Update Frequency infrequently
Landing Page https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/350c817c-2807-445d-8934-a8efd14f9bdb
Date Published June 9, 2016
Page Updated July 25, 2019
Contact Point
Department for Environment and Water
Geospatial Coverage Southern South Australia
Jurisdiction Government of South Australia
Data Portal data.sa.gov.au
Publisher/Agency Department for Environment and Water
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