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Soil erosion spatial distribution character of sloping field in the Sichuan Hilly Basin: Taking a cultivated slope in Neijiang as example



Soil erosion spatial distribution character of sloping field in the Sichuan Hilly Basin: Taking a cultivated slope in Neijiang as example



Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences 11(4): 984-988



Cs-137 nuclear tracing technique was used to estimate rates of soil redistribution on a sloping field with traditional erosion control measures located near Shangqiao Village, Neijiang City, in the Sichuan Hilly Basin of China. The downslope changes of Cs-137 inventory and its corresponding soil erosion rates in the sloping field show a rolling trend and have two peak values in two inflexions of the sloping field, these result reflects that the changes of micro-physiognomy play a key role on the spatial soil redistribution of the sloping field.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02830198


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