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Project coordination:

Scientific coordinator:

Dominique Arrouays (ISRIC)

: INRA Orléans, InfoSol Unit, US 1106, CS 40001 Ardon, 45075, Orléans cedex 2, France 

E-mail: Dominique.Arrouays@orleans.inra.fr
Tel: +33 238414802

Scientific supervisor:

Alex B. McBratney (University of Sydney)

: Faculty of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia
E-mail: Alex.McBratney@sydney.edu.au


 


List of all nodes.

Supporting institutes (randomly sorted):

ISRIC

ISRIC - World Soil Information, Wageningen, The Netherlands

Contact person: Gerard Heuvelink (gerard.heuvelink@wur.nl)

University of Sydney 

Faculty of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia

Contact person: Alex B. McBratney (Alex.McBratney@usyd.edu.au)

The Earth Institute at Columbia University

Columbia University, New York, USA

Contact person:  Pedro Sanchez (psanchez@ei.columbia.edu) /
Sonya Ahamed (sonyaahamed@gmail.com

INRA

INRA LISAH, Montpellier, France

Contact person: Philippe Lagacherie (lagache@supagro.inra.fr)

CSIRO

CSIRO Land & Water, Canberra, ACT, Australia 

Contact: Neil McKenzie (neil.mckenzie@csiro.au)

European Commission - DG JRC

European Commission - DG JRC, Ispra (VA), Italy

Contact: Luca Montanarella (luca.montanarella@jrc.ec.europa.eu)

NRCS

Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Morgantown, West Virginia, USA

Contact: Jonathan W. Hempel (jon.hempel@wv.usda.gov)

 


In November 2008, an $18 million grant has been obtained from the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation and the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) to map most parts in Sub-Sahara Africa, and make all Sub-Saharan Africa data available. From this grant there are also funds for coordinating global efforts and for the establishment of a global consortium. Several institutions have assumed a leading role in this effort and have made substantial financial and in-kind contributions.

Our main donors: