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  • The effect of drying on runoff and interrill erosion of crusted soils
  • This study evaluates the effect of drying on runoff and erosion rates of three southeastern US soils of varying crusting potential over consecutive rainstorms, in order to assess the effect of drying on long-term crust stability, runoff/infiltration
  • Freezing effects on aggregate stability of soils amended with lime and gypsum
  • The objectives of the laboratory study were to determine the effects of freeze-thaw cycles, water content at freezing, and lime and gypsum additions on the aggregate stability of 6 agriculturally important US soils differing in texture, mineralogy
  • Properties of surface crusts of an andisol and their effects on soil-hydrological processes
  • In this study, changes in the structure and physical properties of the surface crust of an Andisol, especially during the rainfall, were measured by using a rainfall simulator, and effects of surface crust on hydrology and soil erodibility
  • Effects of surface crusting and slope gradient on soil and water losses in the hilly loess region, North China
  • This paper reports a set of field rainfall simulation experiments conducted in the hilly loess region, North China designed to investigate the effects of surface crusting and slope gradient on soil and water losses. Specifically, the objectives
  • are 1) to determine the effects of antecedent crusting and sealing on soil and water losses under simulated rainfall; and 2) to establish the influence of slope gradient on soil and water losses under crusted and uncrusted conditions.
  • The effects of slaking and dispersion on the hydraulic conductivity of clay soils
  • erosion, and if a benefical effect could be obtained with gypsiferous amendments. The effectiveness of different sources of gypsiferous materials on infiltration and erosion was also studied.
  • This paper investigates the use of dispersive potential as a single index of clay dispersion and also reports the effect of dispersive potential on rupture strength of 11 Australian soils having crusting problems and varying in mineralogy