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Experimental geomorphology and the interpretation of stone-lines

Experimental geomorphology and the interpretation of stone-lines

Geo Eco Trop 11(1-4): 75-82

This paper summarizes recent insights into a series of pluvial processes which might have contributed to the formation or destruction of a stone-line profile i.e. sheetwash, splash creep, runoff creep, rill erosion and colluviation.

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