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Inclination and hypsometry as bases of estimation of present land utilization structure in the Sudety mountain region from the viewpoint of soil protection against water erosion






Roczniki Gleboznawcze 38(1): 125-132

Inclination and hypsometry as bases of estimation of present land utilization structure in the Sudety mountain region from the viewpoint of soil protection against water erosion

Maps of land use, land inclination and topography showed that agriculture generally gives way to forestry as altitude and slope increase, within the Wabrzych and Jelenia Gora districts.


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