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  • Forecast ; Italy ; Landslide ; Mediterranean area ; Model ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; Watershed
  • From reservoir sedimentation data of 44 Italian catchments, it appeared that there was a (non-significant) positive relation between catchment area and sediment yield. This is in contrast to what is generally expected from the theory of decreasing
  • sediment delivery rates with increasing catchment area. Furthermore, this positive relation suggests that processes other than upland erosion are responsible for catchment sediment yield. Here, the AA. explore the potential of the Factoring Scoring Model
  • compared to shallow ephemeral gullies. Several factors were analyzed to understand the formation of deep gullies. The relation between area-specific sediment yield in central Belgium and drainage area, indicates that the development of deep gullies
  • contributes significantly to the sediment output of small rural catchments and causes peaks in the mean area-specific sediment yield that are up to a factor of 3 higher compared with catchments where shallow ephemeral gullying occurs.
  • The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of the different relations between drainage basin area (A) and area-specific sediment yield (SSY) as reported in literature, and to explore explanations for the differences in the observed trends