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Application of the method of runoff curve numbers to evaluate the effect of forest on surface runoff

Application of the method of runoff curve numbers to evaluate the effect of forest on surface runoff

Sumarski List 129(Suppl): 195-201

ISSN/ISBN: 0373-1332

The forest, in general, can be regarded as a very efficient vegetation cover. It enhances the water retention capacity of a catchment and protects the soil against erosion. However, because of the extreme variability of hydrological properties of underlying soils, especially their uppermost layers (the forest litter), the forest may sometimes generate a considerable amount of surface runoff, causing, among other impacts, soil erosion.

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