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Slope, aspect, and phosphogypsum effects on runoff and erosion
Year:
1990
Authors :
מורין, יוסף
;
.
שיינברג, יצחק
;
.
Volume :
54
Co-Authors:
Agassi, M.
Shainberg, I.
Morin, J.
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From page:
1102
To page:
1106
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5
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Abstract:
The effect of slope, aspect (windward vs. leeward), and phosphogypsum (PG) application on rain amount, runoff, and erosion from a Grumusol soil (Typic Chromoxerert in Israel) was measured in small field plots (1 by 1.5 m) exposed to natural rainstorms. The amount of effective rain on the slopes, as measured with small rain gauges with orifices in a plane parallel to the slope, increased slightly on the windward aspect as slope increased to ~58% and decreased thereafter. On the leeward aspect, the amount of effective rain dropped steadily to half of the meteorological rain at a slope of 100%. The amount of runoff was not affected by slope on the windward aspect but decreased sharply on the leeward aspect as slope increased. The dramatic effect of PG on erosion increased with slope steepness. -from Authors
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Slope, aspect, and phosphogypsum effects on runoff and erosion
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Agassi, M.
Shainberg, I.
Morin, J.
Slope, aspect, and phosphogypsum effects on runoff and erosion
The effect of slope, aspect (windward vs. leeward), and phosphogypsum (PG) application on rain amount, runoff, and erosion from a Grumusol soil (Typic Chromoxerert in Israel) was measured in small field plots (1 by 1.5 m) exposed to natural rainstorms. The amount of effective rain on the slopes, as measured with small rain gauges with orifices in a plane parallel to the slope, increased slightly on the windward aspect as slope increased to ~58% and decreased thereafter. On the leeward aspect, the amount of effective rain dropped steadily to half of the meteorological rain at a slope of 100%. The amount of runoff was not affected by slope on the windward aspect but decreased sharply on the leeward aspect as slope increased. The dramatic effect of PG on erosion increased with slope steepness. -from Authors
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