The ISCN has formal and informal links with science networks across academia, government and non-governmental institutions. Browse your way to any of the links below to learn what our partners do, get involved in related efforts, access data, data products, and science tools
- AmeriFlux: the international carbon flux network of the Americas
- CarboNA: Canada/US/Mexico coordination on greenhouse gas pool and flux research
- European Union Joint Research Centre – European Soil Portal: Data, data products, a great newsletter, and more
- Forsoils: A group of forest soil scientists of broad expertise with involvement in many professional organizations, a listserv that often provides good help to researchers in need of advice or assistance.
- Global Research Alliance on Greenhouse Gases: Research, development and extension with an agricultural focus
- GlobalSoilMap.net: digital soil mapping effort by the International Union of Soil Sciences
- International Quaternary Association – Project RAISIN:
Rates of soil forming processes obtained from soils and paleosols
in well-defined settings
- ISRIC – World Soil Information: Home of the World Data Centre for Soils. Read the MOU with ISCN here.
- Long-Term Soil Experiments: Initiated in 1996 as SOMnet, this is the premier global database of long-term soils research
- National Ecological Observatory Network: ecosystem monitoring in the US
- North American Carbon Program (NACP): Coalition of scientists measuring and working towards understanding of C fluxes in North America and adjacent oceans
- North American Forest Commission: Tri-national coordination of forestry research and forest resource issues
- Northeastern Soil Monitoring Cooperative: A very well-organized soil observation and research group focused on the northeastern U.S. and adjacent Canada.
- SilvaCarbon: Global forest carbon accounting
- US Global Change Research Program: Coordination of carbon, climate and global change in the US
- Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon RCN: An international network devoted to synthesis and advancement of permafrost, carbon, and climate science