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Deliberation on scale theory

Effects of scale on interpretation and management of sediment and water quality: 191-197

Deliberation on scale theory

The scale concept of Representative Elementary Length (REL) is proposed for the evaluation of dominant processes across land scale units affected by different precipitation inputs. The concept is explained by synergistic theory. Semivariance theory is used to calculate REL.

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