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Erosion and deposition rates on 'headlands' in low-gradient sugarcane land in Australia



Erosion and deposition rates on 'headlands' in low-gradient sugarcane land in Australia



Soil erosion and sediment redistribution in river catchments: measurement, modelling and management: 254-263



This paper presents the detailed results of the estimates of erosion and deposition rates on strips of grasslands along sugarcane fields (the headlands) in Queensland, Australia, from which the input for the 1999/2000 sediment budget was calculated. It also presents the estimates for the 2000/01 season. Different ways to obtain the erosion and deposition rates are compared. The results are discussed along with a selection of qualitative observations.

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