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A new type of installation for measuring soil and water losses from control plats
- Geib, H.V.
- Agronomy journal 1933 v.25 no.7 pp. 429-440
- losses from soil, measurement, runoff, soil conservation, agricultural machinery and equipment, descriptions, boxes
- After testing a large number of different kinds of divisor boxes, a type was finally evolved which gave practically the same aliquot at all stages of flow. The outlet or weir end of this box consisted of a number of identical rectangular slots, stamped out with a die to insure greater accuracy and uniformity. This multi-slot divisor box was found to be very accurate and entirely suitable for use alone or in series to obtain a definite aliquot of the runoff from erosion control plats. Its construction is described in detail and a description is given of a complete installation as it is now in operation at the Blackland Erosion Experiment Station at Temple, Texas.