Some aspects of agricultural development on steep slopes in South Korea
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Methods of agricultural development on steep slopes in Korea (contour farming, bench terracing and semi-bench terracing) are evaluated. Runoff and erosion plot results are discussed and a design criteria proposed for relating slope length to gradient so that annual soil loss will not be excessive.
KeywordsEnvironmental Management Steep Slope Soil Loss Design Criterion Agricultural Development
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