Soil Premium Data Layer Team Team
  • Updated's platform offers a comprehensive set of soil parameters that are crucial for agricultural planning, irrigation management, and environmental research. These parameters are accessible through the timeline view and trends page, enabling users to derive valuable insights for soil management.

Key Parameters 

Parameter Description
Volumetric Soil Moisture (Vol Soil Moisture) 0 to 10 cm

Indicates the volume of water held within soil particles at a depth of 0-10 cm, expressed as a percentage of the total volume

0 to 40 cm Measures soil moisture from 10 to 40 cm depth
40 to 100 cm Covers the soil moisture from 40 to 100 cm depth
100 to 200 cm Represents soil moisture at deeper layers, from 100 to 200 cm
0 to 200 cm Provides a comprehensive measurement of soil moisture from the surface down to 200 cm depth
Soil Temperature (Soil Temp) 0 to 10 cm The temperature of the soil at a depth of 0-10 cm
10 to 40 cm Soil temperature between 10 and 40 cm
40 to 100 cm Indicates the temperature from 40 to 100 cm
100 to 200 cm Measures the temperature at deeper soil layers from 100 to 200 cm
0 to 200 cm Averaged soil temperature from the surface to a depth of 200 cm

Accessing Soil Data on the Platform

Users can view soil moisture and temperature data by navigating to the "Trends" sub-tab on the platform. Selecting different soil parameters from the dropdown menus will display the corresponding soil conditions on the map:

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API Access for Developers

Developers looking to integrate soil data into their applications can utilize’s API. Detailed documentation and access instructions are available in our API documentation

Premium Soil Data Layers

*Our extensive soil data layers, providing real-time and forecasted soil moisture and temperature, are part of's premium offerings. For more information and to access these advanced features, please contact your account team or our sales team at

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