This book is the result of the 2nd Global Digital Soil Mapping Workshop held in Rio 4-7 July 2006. This book edited by Alfred Hartemink, Alex McBratney and Lou, focuses on digital soil mapping methodologies and applications for areas where data are limited, and has the following sections (i) introductory papers, (ii) dealing with limited spatial data infrastructures, (iii) methodology development, and (iv) examples of digital soil mapping in various parts of the globe (including USA, Brazil, UK, France, Czech Republic, Honduras, Kenya, Australia). The final chapter summarises priorities for digital soil mapping.
The book is published by Springer and will be available later this year. In the meantime, you can view part of it at: http://www.amazon.com/Digital-Soil-Mapping-Limited-Data/dp/1402085915