2011

Theory and Practice of Soil Loss Control in Eastern China

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-9678-7 (Print) 978-1-4419-9679-4 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

  2. General Characteristics of the Hilly Region of Middle and Lower Yangtze River

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-27

      Ecological and Environmental Characteristics in the Hilly Region of Middle and Lower Yangtze River

  3. Development and Application of Soil Loss Models for Soil Loss Prediction in the Shangshe Catchment, Dabie Mountains, China

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 29-29

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      Pages 31-46

      Calculation of Water and Sediment Discharge Using an Integral Calculus Method

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      Pages 47-64

      Development of the GOIUG Model with a Focus on the Influence of Land Use in the Shangshe Catchment

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      Pages 65-80

      GIS-Based ER-USLE Model to Predict Soil Loss in Cultivated Land

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      Pages 81-99

      Development and Test of GIS-Based FUSLE Model in Sub-catchments of Chinese Fir Forest and Pine Forest in the Dabie Mountains, China

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      Pages 101-113

      Spatial Variability of Soil Erodibility (K Factor) at a Catchment Scale in Nanjing, China

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      Pages 115-127

      Application of a GIS-Based Revised FER-USLE Model in the Shangshe Catchment

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      Pages 129-138

      Model of Forest Hydrology Based on Wavelet Analysis

  4. Practices of Soil Erosion Control in Eastern China

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 139-139

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      Pages 141-160

      Theory of Vegetation Reconstruction for Various Management Types with Different Site Conditions

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      Pages 161-212

      Models of Reforestation for Soil Erosion Control in the Hilly Region of the Middle and Lower Reaches of the Yangtze River

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      Pages 213-241

      Effect of Afforestation on Soil and Water Conservation

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      Pages 243-255

      A Study on Plant Roots and Soil Anti-scourability in the Shangshe Catchment, Dabie Mountains of Anhui Province, China

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      Pages 257-276

      Social and Economic Benefits of Forest Reconstruction

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 277-281