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  • Soil erosion and hydrology of the western Mediterranean badlands throughout rainfall simulation experiments : A review
  • Updating badlands research
  • Analyse qualitative ; Badland ; Bibliographie ; Domaine méditerranéen ; Erosion des sols ; Erosion hydrique ; Espace-temps ; Expérimentation ; Méthodologie ; Simulation de pluie
  • Badland ; Bibliography ; Experimentation ; Mediterranean area ; Methodology ; Qualitative analysis ; Rainfall simulation ; Soil erosion ; Space time ; Water erosion
  • Badland ; Bibliografía ; Campo mediterráneo ; Erosión de los suelos ; Erosión hídrica ; Espacio-tiempo ; Experimentación ; Metodología ; Simulacíon de lluvia
  • Rainfall simulation experiments are widely used in geomorphological research in badland areas. This technique contributed significantly to our understanding of badland geomorphology in the Mediterranean belt. This study confirmed that rainfall
  • simulations are well suited to 1) analyse runoff-infiltration processes and sediment detachment within badlands, and 2) to establish the factors determining the hydrological and erosion response at interrill scale in badland areas. Rainfall simulations
  • Uncertainty in the evaluation of sediment yield from badland areas : Suspended sediment transport estimated in the Araguás catchment (central Spanish Pyrenees)
  • Updating badlands research
  • Analyse quantitative ; Araguás ; Badland ; Bassin-versant ; Bilan sédimentaire ; Charge en suspension ; Espagne ; Granulométrie ; Méthodologie ; Pyrénées centrales ; Situation d'incertitude ; Turbidité
  • Badland ; Central Pyrenees ; Grain size distribution ; Methodology ; Quantitative analysis ; Sediment budget ; Spain ; Suspended load ; Turbidity ; Uncertainty ; Watershed
  • Análisis cuantitativo ; Badland ; Balance sedimentario ; Carga en suspensión ; Cuenca hidrográfica ; España ; Granulometría ; Metodología ; Situación de incertitud ; Turbidez
  • Suspended sediment transport is probably the main process in sediment export from badland areas. In the Araguás catchment (central Pyrenees) there is a statistically significant positive linear relationship between maximum discharge and the maximum
  • with the corresponding discharge value. It is highlighted that the evaluation of sediment yield from badland areas using turbidity values involves significant uncertainty, and quantitative estimates of the errors involved are provided.
  • The hydrological and geomorphological effects of an exceptional rainstorm event that occurred in the central Spanish Pyrenees during 19-21 October 2012 were studied in 5 experimental catchments under various land covers : 1) subhumid badlands; 2
  • rainfall pulses. The abandoned farmland catchment had 2 small peak discharges at the beginning of the event. The badland catchment reacted immediately from the beginning of the rainstorm, yielding very high discharges accompanied by high suspended sediment