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Measuring and Mapping Patterns of Soil Erosion and Deposition Related to Soil Carbonate Concentrations Under Agricultural Management

DOI :

10.3791/56064-v

September 12th, 2017

September 12th, 2017

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1Water Management and System Research Unit, Center for Agricultural Resources Research, USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS)

Spatial patterns of soil erosion and deposition can be inferred from differences in ground elevation mapped at appropriate time increments. Such changes in elevation are related to changes in near-surface soil carbonates. Repeatable methods for field and laboratory measurements of these quantities and data analysis methods are described here.

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Keywords Soil Erosion

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