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Universal Soil Loss Equation: Past, Present, and Future : Proceedings of a Symposium

Universal Soil Loss Equation: Past, Present, and Future : Proceedings of a Symposium

The Papers Were Presented During the Annual Meetings in Los A (SSSA special publication ; no. 8)

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Published by Amer Society of Agronomy .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Universal soil loss equation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8219318M
    ISBN 100891187669
    ISBN 109780891187660

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Soil erosion has been a serious problem for agriculture back through the centuries. When man started to cultivate the soil and plant and husband crops, soil erosion was accelerated.

Prevention or reduction of soil erosion keeps the most fertile layer, the top soil, in the field, avoiding losses of plant nutrient elements and organic matter. Get this from a library. Universal soil loss equation: past, present, and future: proceedings of a symposium: the papers were presented during the annual meetings in Los Angeles, California, November[Arthur Edwin Peterson; James B Swan; Soil Science Society of America.

Division S;]. Universal Soil Loss Equation: Past, Present, and Future SSSA Special Publication Number 8 Proceedings of il symposium sponsored by Division S-6 of the Soil Science Society America.

The papers were presented during the annual meetings in Los Angeles, California, NovemberOrganizing Committee Arthur E.

Peterson James B. Swan. Soil quality assessment may be one of the most contentious topics ever debated by the soil science community. Our objective is to examine the history, present status, and potential for using soil. The goal of the present study was to assess the impact of selected soil protection measures on soil erosion and retention of rainwater in a 114 km 2 watershed used for agriculture in the north-east of Austria.

Watershed conditions under conventional tillage (CT), no-till (NT) and under grassland use were simulated using the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) soil erosion by:   Most investigations conducted during the past 50 years have been concerned mainly with total soil loss (Mitchell et al., ).

Only few studies on physical Present chemical properties of eroded soil such as particle size distribution (Alberts et al.,Meyer et al.,Young,Mitchell et al., ) and transport phenomena of. The approach views the watershed more from the principles of energy and matter flows in them rather than by assessing the individual factors in a deterministic erosion model such as the Universal Soil Loss Equation (USLE) (Wischmeir and Smith, ).

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Abstract. Studies at US EPA’s NHEERL/WED facility have focused on two broad aspects of soil erosion within the context of global change: (1) the effects of soil erosion on carbon budgets, especially on the release or sequestration of CO 2 by soils; and (2) the potential effects of global change on soil erosion as an environmental issue.

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A GIS-based procedure for automatically calculating soil loss from the Universal Soil Loss Equation: GISus-M. American Society of Agricultural and. For example, a county-level crop residues assessment considering SE only for few soil types was investigated using Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) [8,9].

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In the US, sampling for erosion estimates by the US NRCS (Natural Resources Conservation Service) is statistically based, and estimation uses the Universal Soil Loss Equation and Wind Erosion Equation. Forannual average soil loss by sheet, rill and wind erosion on non-federal US land was estimated to be t/ha on cropland and t/ha.

The universal soil loss equation (USLE) soil erosion model was used to predict the impacts of erosion on stream water quality. Ecosystem factors regulating the production of sediment are input to the model as GIS databases (e.g., DEM, streams, soil series K factors, roads, skid-trails, and landing locations).

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