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- González-Arqueros, M. Lourdes; Mendoza, Manuel E.; Vázquez-Selem, Lorenzo
- Catena 2017 v.149 pp. 505-513
- topography, etc ; Water Erosion Prediction Project; anthropogenic activities; climate; highlands; land use change; landscapes; runoff; sediment deposition; soil; soil erosion; watershed hydrology; watersheds; Mexico; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Anthropogenic changes during the past 2000years in the Teotihuacan Valley imply that intensity of soil degradation varies depending on the land management practices and the intensity of soil use. As a part of a broader effort to reconstruct erosion dynamics in the Teotihuacan Valley through geoarchaeological approaches, our study applies a process-based watershed hydrology and upland erosion model ...
- Huang, J.; Pedrera-Parrilla, A.; Vanderlinden, K.; Taguas, E.V.; Gómez, J.A.; Triantafilis, J.
- Catena 2017 v.152 pp. 207-217
- topography, etc ; electrical conductivity; clay; watersheds; crop yield; computer software; gully erosion; data collection; mineralogy; climate; water conservation; soil organic matter; olive oil; soil quality; models; soil; soil management; algorithms; soil conservation; salinity; landscapes; regression analysis; olives; rain; land management; Spain; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... Owing to conducive economic conditions and a suitable climate Andalucía has become the largest olive oil producing area in the world. However, extensive rill and severe gully erosion are threatening sustainability. To conserve the soil, land management strategies have to be implemented that minimize erosion and enhance at the same time rain water conservation to safeguard crop yields. An indicator ...