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Agrarian landscapes, vegetative covers and erosion processes in the Western European temperate plains environment

, : Agrarian landscapes, vegetative covers and erosion processes in the Western European temperate plains environment. Soil Technology 3(2): 199-208

The establishment of erosion plots in 1976 in the Paris Basin is described and the results that have been obtained to date are briefly reviewed.

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