Institute for Soil Sciences, Centre for Agricultural Research in close collaboration with the Geographical Institute, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences and Forest Research Institute, University of Sopron studied the feasibility of countrywide mapping and assessment of organic carbon saturation in the topsoil using machine learning-based pedotransfer function. The research has been published with open access in CATENA.

Researchers at the Institute for Soil Sciences have developed a new national land evaluation model based on artificial intelligence. The proposed methodology can be used for integrated monitoring of biomass productivity in cadastral systems, land use planning and agricultural development programmes, among other possible applications.

The results of the project are gradually being published in various international journals.

Researchers from ATK TAKI collaborating with researchers from the Department of Landscape Protection and Environmental Geography, University of Debrecen, have studied the possibility of high-resolution mapping and assessment of salt-affectedness in a study area close to Dunavecse on 85 hectares. The results and findings have been published open access in Agronomy.

Institute for Soil Sciences and Eötvös Loránd University studied the development of soil erosion in three vineyards in the Neszmély wine region over a period of one year. The results of the research are published in the journal Remote Sensing.

Methods enabling stakeholders for receiving information in a timely manner on plant stress in agricultural settings can help mitigate a possible decrease in plant productivity. In the framework of the OTKA 131792 project, periodic and monitoring soil and plant measurements are carried out on a small agriculturally dominated catchment in the Balaton-Uplands. The results were recently published in the Land journal.

Soil Taxonomy (ST), Hungarian classification (HU) and WRB were evaluated in 85 soil profiles for their applicability for biomass estimation and their correlation with ground elevation.

Soil-dwelling mite and springtail assemblages were studied in winter wheat and maize plantations within a long-term fertilisation experiment in Martonvásár for two years. The results are published in Q1 journal Applied Soil Ecology.

In our publication in Journal of Maps, we mapped the phosphorus content of the Lake Balaton sediment with ammonium lactate extractant using various environmental auxiliary variables and regression kriging. Our article published in Water is about a geostatistical method we have developed that allows the joint modeling of the phosphorus and nitrogen contents of lake sediments and the prediction of changes in their relative proportions.

Researchers at the Institute for Soil Sciences examined soil CO2 emission (soil respiration) and its main drivers (soil temperature, soil water content and plant activity) under field conditions. The study was published in Q1 journal Soil and Tillage Research.

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