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Assessing soil redistribution in a complex karstic catchment using fallout 137Cs and GIS

AuthorsNavas Izquierdo, Ana ; López-Vicente, Manuel ; Gaspar Ferrer, Leticia ; Machín Gayarre, Javier
Issue DateApr-2011
CitationEuropean Geosciences Union. General Assembly (Vienna, Austria, 03 – 08 April 2011).
AbstractCaesium-137 derived from nuclear testing in the past century has been widely used as a sediment tracer of soil movement providing information on medium term (40–50 years) erosion rates. To date most of studies focused on individual fields but estimates of rates and patterns of soil redistribution requires upscaling to catchment scales. An attempt to assess soil redistribution processes on complex terrain with strong geomorphic control such as in karstic areas which has not been explored yet is presented in this work.
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