Discusses the use of Caesium-137, an element of radioactive fallout, as a tracer to study the rates and patterns of soil erosion and deposition.
Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems program to study and monitor soil erosion and to refine and adapt models for use in studies of environmental and climate change. Includes information about past conferences and links to related resources.
A key area of interest of the Laboratory for Experimental Geomorphology is the study of the processes and mechanics of overland flow hydraulics and soil erosion, including raindrop impact, interrill and rill erosion, gully erosion and tillage erosion.
Homepage of the National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory of the Agricultural Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA.
Raindrop impact induced erosion processes and modeling, erosion modeling at the catchment (watershed) scale.
The site provides free, online access to a large database of daily suspended sediment values at 1593 measurement stations along rivers of the U.S.A..
The Soil and Water Conservation Society is an international organization that fosters the science and the art of soil and water conservation to achieve sustained use of land resources.
The COST Program is an initiative of the European Commission to stimulate Coordination of Scientific and Technical Research in Europe. Aim of COST Action 623 is to coordinate all soil erosion research in Europe and to further the study of the relationship between soil erosion and global change.
Background information, links to organizations, projects, meetings, data sets, and models.
TEKTRAN summaries on the Internet are selected pre-publication notices of recent research results from the Agricultural Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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