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A study of land degradation and restoration in mountain environments in Liaoning Province



A study of land degradation and restoration in mountain environments in Liaoning Province



Erosion, debris flow and environment in mountain regions: proceedings of the International Symposium held at Chengdu, China, 5-9 July 1992: 477-485



Liaoning Province lies in the south of the northeastern region of China. Under the special geomorphological and geological conditions found in the mountains in this region, the local climate, coupled with human activity, causes severe weathering and denudation of the land surface, and land degradation. Consequently, erosion and debris flows occur frequently and are increasing. As the ecological environment degenerates, soil fertility declines and land productivity decreases over wide areas.

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