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Determination of the wind-erodible fraction of soils using different methodologies

AuthorsLópez Sánchez, María Victoria ; Dios Herrero, J. M. de; Hevia, G. G.; Gracia Ballarín, Ricardo ; Buschiazzo, D. E.
Issue Date2006
PublisherEuropean Society for Soil Conservation
CitationInternacional ESSC Conference on Soil and Water Conservation under Changing Land Use (Lleida, 2006)
AbstractThe flat sieve with a set of sieves -a device more readily available in the laboratories of soil physics- and the use of the estimation equation developed by Fryrear et al. (1994) (J. Soil and Water Cons., 49: 183-188) are two alternative ways of determining EF. We compare here both dry sieving techniques and test the equation of Fryrear et al. (1994) for soils of two semiarid regions prone to wind erosion, Central Aragon (NE Spain) and the Semiarid Pampas (centre of Argentina).
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