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Soil Erosion Planning for Reservoir Watershed Using Sediment Yield Index Method: A Case Study of Ujjani Reservoir

Soil erosion is a natural phenomenon in the watershed. This report investigates the soil loss extent of 19 sub-watersheds in the Ujjani reservoir catchment, based on a case study. The slope is playing a significant role in the estimation of soil erosion, along with rainfall, soil texture, and land use land cover. The sediment yield estimation is based on weighted measurements of rainfall, topography, soil, and land use parameters of 19 sub-watersheds of the catchment using weighted measurements of rainfall, topography, soil, and land use parameters.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40030-022-00679-5


Soil Erosion Resistance-enlarging Potential by Plant Roots as Determined in a Simulated Flume Experiment

Plant roots, according to previous studies, increased soil resistance to concentrated flow erosion mainly due to physical and biochemical effects. Soil resistance to concentrated flow increased and sediment yields decreased in different degrees as a result of various root effects, according to the results. Root physical function raised soil resistance to a greater degree than root biochemical effects.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1134/S1064229322100179


Soil-resistant organic carbon improves soil erosion resistance under agroforestry in the Yellow River Flood Plain, of China

The Soil organic carbon pool within various agroforestry techniques is less well documented. This research also investigated the relationships between soil parameters, SOC pool concentrations, and soil erodibility in China's four agroforestry systems. soil capillary porosity and the active SOC pool had positive effects on soil erodibility factor, according to a soil erodibility factor, pH, the ratio of carbon to nitrogen, and the impregnable SOC pool all negatively affected K. The redundancy analysis findings, on the other hand, supported a clear role for soil parameters and carbon fractions in determining soil erodibility.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10457-022-00757-4

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