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Different erosion features for kuroboku, masa, akahoya and shirasu soils



Different erosion features for kuroboku, masa, akahoya and shirasu soils



Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering ( 154): 73-81



The erodibility K factors for the title soils were assessed according to the Universal Soil Loss Equation (USLE) and changes in form of these soil surface due to soil erosion were investigated. Values of K were 0.01111, 0.00386, 0.000205 and 0.0020 for Shirasu, Masa, Akahoya and Kurobuku soils, resp. The erodibility of Shirasu soil, was large with rill erosion conditions formed.

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