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Rainfall runoff and erosion on bare arable soils in east Shropshire, England


, : Rainfall runoff and erosion on bare arable soils in east Shropshire, England. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 11(4): 413-425

The magnitude, frequency, and duration of erosive rainfall on bare arable soils is investigated within an area of sandy soils in east Shropshire.

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Accession: 001667918

DOI: 10.1002/esp.3290110407

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