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  • Ethiopia ; Forest ; Microrelief ; Plant canopy ; Rainfall simulation ; Reforestation ; Runoff ; Scrub ; Semi-arid area ; Soil erosion
  • seeds in the bare inter-plant areas; and that seeds in the latter are more likely to be translocated by runoff to microsites under shrubs than to other open areas. The study area is located in the Geba river catchment, central Tigray, northern Ethiopia.
  • 2006
  • 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
  • 2006
  • By studying the causal factors for landslides in a small mountainous area of Manjiya County, this paper tries to contribute to the restricted knowledge on landslides in East Africa. After a brief introduction of the study area and the spatial
  • 2006
  • Holocene alluvial sediment storage in a small river catchment in the loess area of central Belgium
  • 2006
  • Experiment plot ; Mediterranean area ; Precipitation ; Runoff ; Scrub ; Soil erosion ; Spain ; Valencia ; Vegetation
  • of the Mediterranean shrubland in reducing soil loss and runoff volume at the micro- (plant) scale, and to determine its interaction with plant morphology and rainfall characteristics. The experimental area of El Ahorcado is located in the Municipality of Cofrentes
  • 2006
  • Gully erosion in mountain areas : processes, measurement, modelling and regionalization
  • representative case-study areas. The results reveal that rapid gully development in the study area is some 50 years old and is mainly caused by human-induced environmental degradation.
  • 2006
  • Arid area ; Clay mineral ; Ethiopia ; Seasonal variation ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Soil water ; Vertisol
  • 2006
  • area. The topography is iteratively rejuvenated by taking into account modelled erosion and deposition rates, thereby simulating topographic development backwards in time. The model is spatially evaluated, using detailed estimates for historical soil
  • 2006