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Intensive soil erosion: applications in the Dominican Republic



Intensive soil erosion: applications in the Dominican Republic



Comunica 4(15): 6-9



The impact of soil erosion in watersheds and the establishment of a soil conservation service in the Dominican Republic during the 1980s are discussed.

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