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  • Cover crops and their erosion-reducing effects during concentrated flow erosion
  • , but roots can still play an important role in improving soil strength. Therefore, root density distribution with soil depth and the erosion-reducing effect of these cover crops during concentrated flow erosion were assessed by conducting root auger
  • measurements and controlled concentrated flow experiments with 0.1 m topsoil samples. The results indicate that fine-branched roots are most effective in preventing concentrated flow erosion. After frost, the erosion-reducing potential of some species decreased
  • . Fine-branched root systems (such as ryegrass and rye) are less vulnerable to frost. Ryegrass, rye, oats and white mustard are suitable cover crops to prevent concentrated flow erosion.
  • Concentration flow erosion rates reduced through biological geotextiles
  • In this study, the effectiveness of 3 biological geotextiles in reducing soil losses during concentrated flow is investigated. Runoff was simulated in a concentrated flow flume, filled with an erodible sandy loam on 3 slope gradients. Treatments
  • concentrated flow erosion compared with interrill erosion.
  • for rill and gully erosion control. In this analysis determination of suitable plants for controlling concentrated flow erosion is based on a multi-criteria analysis. Five indicators were selected : additional root cohesion, plant stiffness, stem density
  • , the erosion-reducing potential during concentrated flow and the sediment and organic debris obstruction potential. Results and discussion about ecological constraints.
  • Ardenne ; Belgium ; Collapse structures ; Human impact ; Landslide ; Loess ; Piping ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; Soil erosion ; Spatial analysis ; Subsurface flow ; Water erosion
  • flow, resulting in pipe development. No evidence was found that pipe development enhanced LS, probably because the subsurface drainage discharge generated upslope of the LS is too low. Even when pipes become blocked, it is more likely that new pipes
  • erosion, landslides and the concentrated flow erosion on footpaths and roads can contribute to more targeted efforts and relevant incentives to reduce (or live with) sediment load of the rivers.
  • for bare and for root-permeated topsoil samples with predicted erosion rates under the same flow conditions using the erosion equation of EUROSEM. Through backwards calculation, transport capacity efficiencies and corresponding soil cohesion values can