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Erodibility assessment in dynamic event-based erosion models



Erodibility assessment in dynamic event-based erosion models



Soil erosion and sediment redistribution in river catchments: measurement, modelling and management: 153-161



This paper examines the methods for the assessment of erodibility for inclusion in dynamic event-based models. Using two examples, the potential for developing a process-based model for the assessment of short-term changes of soil resistance to erosion, using a one-erodibility approach, is discussed.

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