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GEOCHEMICAL MAPPING OF AGRICULTURAL AND GRAZING LAND SOIL
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  1. EuroGeoSurveys Geochemistry Working Group, 2008. EuroGeoSurveys Geochemical mapping of agricultural and grazing land soil of Europe (GEMAS) - Field manual. Geological Survey of Norway, Trondheim, NGU Report 2008.03, 46 pp.

  2. Reimann, C., Demetriades, A., Eggen, O.A., Filzmoser, P. and the EuroGeoSurveys Geochemistry Expert Group, 2009. The EuroGeoSurveys geochemical mapping of agricultural and grazing land soils project (GEMAS) - Evaluation of quality control results of aqua regia extraction analysis. Geological Survey of Norway, Trondheim, NGU Report 2009.049, 94 pp

  3. Reimann, C., Demetriades, A., Eggen, O.A., Peter Filzmoser, P. & the EuroGeoSurveys Geochemistry Expert Group, 2011. The EuroGeoSurveys GEochemical Mapping of Agricultural and grazing land Soils project (GEMAS) - Evaluation of quality control results of total C and S, total organic carbon (TOC), cation exchange capacity (CEC), XRF, pH, and particle size distribution (PSD) analysis. Geological Survey of Norway, Trondheim, NGU Report 2011.043, 90 pp

  4. Reimann, C., Demetriades, A., Birke, M., Eggen, O. A., Filzmoser, P., Kriete, C. & EuroGeoSurveys Geochemistry Expert Group, 2012. The EuroGeoSurveys Geochemical Mapping of Agricultural and grazing land Soils project (GEMAS) - Evaluation of quality control results of particle size estimation by MIR® prediction, Pb-isotope and MMI® extraction analyses and results of the GEMAS ring test for the standards Ap and Gr. NGU Report 2012.051, 136 pp.


  5. The GEMAS Periodic Table of Elements: (a) High resolution; (b) Low resolution.

  6. The GEMAS Periodic Table of Mineralisation & Mineral deposits: (a) High resolution; (b) Low resolution.

  7. GEMAS Brochure


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GEMAS LAUNCH AND WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

F.A.O. headquarters, Rome
5 December 2013


  1. GEMAS: Geochemical mapping of agricultural and grazing land soil at the continental scale - Clemens Reimann and The GEMAS Project Team (Keynote presentation delivered at the morning plenary session)

  2. (a) The use of the GEMAS data for compliance with European Chemicals Legislation - Ilse Schoeters and Koen Oorts and (b) Use of monitoring data for risk assessment of metals in soilKoen Oorts and Ilse Schoeters

  3. Prediction of metal and metalloid partitioning coefficients (Kd) in soil using mid-infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy
    Les J. Janik, Sean Forrester, Jason K. Kirby, Michael J. McLaughlin, José M. Soriano- Disla and Clemens Reimann

  4. Relevance of GEMAS for soil property mapping
    Rainer Baritz, Dietmar Zirlewagen and Vibeke Ernstsen

  5. GEMAS - soil, geology and health implications
    Anna Ladenberger

  6. Field balances of trace elements at the farm scale in Finland and levels of trace elements on the GEMAS maps
    Timo Tarvainen, Tarja Hatakka and Merja Eurola

  7. Natural and anthropogenic signatures in Irish soil: A view from the local to the continental scale
    Ray Scanlon, Katherine Knights, Mairead Glennon and Patrick O’Connor

  8. The geochemical atlas of agricultural and grazing land soil of Italy based on GEMAS samples
    Benedetto De Vivo, Domenico Cicchella, Stefano Albanese, Enrico Dinelli, Lucia Giaccio, Annamaria Lima and Paolo Valera

  9. Soil geochemistry and mineralogy for the Conterminous United States – Results from the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes project
    Laurel G. Woodruff, David B. Smith and William F. Cannon

  10. Heavy metal concentrations in European soil
    Rannveig Anna Guicharnaud and Luca Montanarella
    Note: Not available for downloading

  11. London’s soil chemistry: A continental scale anomaly
    Dee Flight, Andreas Scheib and the Geochemical Baselines Team

  12. GEMAS Workshop - Closing remarks


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