The set of computer readable files which contain soil, landscape, and climatic data for all of Canada. It serves as the national archive for land resources information that was collected by federal and provincial field surveys, or created by land data analysis projects. The NSDB includes GIS coverages at a variety of scales, and the characteristics of each named soil series.
Saskatchewan Soil Information System - SKSIS Digital Platform - A website where all the existing information on Saskatchewan’s soils, collected mainly by government agencies throughout the 20th century, is stored and fully searchable.This site is intended to be used by farmers, researchers, agronomists, consultants, students — anyone with an interest in or need for knowledge about soils in a specific region. (text from The Power of Knowing Your Soil by Clare Stanfield in Country Guide October 2, 2018 https://www.country-guide.ca/2018/10/02/the-power-of-knowing-your-soil/91887/)
This website contains information about Canadian soils: how they form, what they look like, where different types of soil are found, and how to describe them. This website has been created by soil scientists from across Canada to give people (scientists and non-scientists) from outside the discipline of soil science information they need to understand the soils around them. [from website]