If the SOC level falls below this value, the soil erodibility
As a result, the precise definition of erodibility
remains elusive (Agassi and Bradford 1999).
Planners originally considered using soil erodibility
as a stand-alone criterion; Greenprints participants were concerned that there was too much overlap between erodibility
and runoff potential.
Considerable differences in the grain structures, appearances, mechanical properties and erodibility
of the 10 electrodeposited copper samples were observed.
Our original hypothesis - that the erodibility
may be dependent on grain structure and perhaps indicated by tensile properties - was not substantiated by the data.
For example, recent lab-scale JET tests on a silty sand soil and a silty clay soil showed that both soil compaction and water content have a significant impact on erodibility
Groundwater affects erosion directly by seepage and pipe flow processes and indirectly by the relationship of the soil's strength and erodibility
properties with the soil water pressure.
Hanson has three patents and initiated the development of an ASTM standard for erodibility
Together with the nature and texture of soil, it also determines the erodibility
of the soil.
through enhanced soil aggregate stability.
Inappropriate use of lands in different years and its effect on sediment yield rate, their physical properties and erodibility
in bazft watershed in Chaharmahal Bakhtiari province, M.
Improvement in erodibility
of sodic soil by zeolite amendment