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Rainfall simulation: a tool for best management practice education


, : Rainfall simulation: a tool for best management practice education. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 43(4): 288-290

Rainfall simulators are useful educational tools for demonstrating erosion and agricultural nonpoint-source pollution, and the effectiveness of the best management practices for their control.

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