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Impinging Jets in a Confined Environment: Application for Soil Erosion
Impinging jets cause soil erosion in many natural and engineering processes such as landscape craters, headcuts, and plunge pools. Impinging jets also have been employed for assessment of soil erodibility, including ...
Modeling best management practices in a small watershed using process based modeling approaches and GIS: The cases of row cropping, filter strip, and grassed waterway
Soil erosion is a problem that causes both the loss of valuable soil and water quality degradation by sediment and attached nutrients and pollutants. Soil loss and sediment discharge to waterbodies can be prevented and ...