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Photogrammetric method in studying soil erosion

, : Photogrammetric method in studying soil erosion. Pochvovedenie (12): 107-117

A brief description of photogrammetric methods applied to soil erosion research is given. The method of soil erosion intensity on a run off plot estimation is described for flooding and sprinkling irrigation, separately and combined. Short distance stereo photos were obtained. The precision of this method is considered and results of an experimental survey are presented.

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