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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Erosion Assessment
item The water balance components of undisturbed tropical woodlands in the Brazilian cerrado (Jun 2015)
item Spatial discretization of large watersheds and its influence on the estimation of hillslope sediment yield (Jun 2015)
item Runoff and dediment yield relationships with soil aggregate stability for a state-and-transition model in southeastern Arizona (Mar 2015)
item Phosphorus losses from monitored fields with conservation practices in the Lake Erie Basin, USA (Feb 2015)
item Evaluation and improvement of the CLIGEN model for storm and rainfall erosivity generation in Central Chile (Jan 2015)
item Application of a calibrated/validated Agricultural Policy/Environmental eXtender model to assess sediment and nutrient delivery from the Wildcat Creek Mississippi River Basin Initiative – Cooperative Conservation Partnership (Jan 2015)
item A geomorphic perspective on terrain-modulated organization of vegetation productivity: Analysis in two semiarid grassland ecosystems in Southwestern United States (Dec 2014)
item Assessment of pollutants sequestration in flowing waters using Red Mud (Nov 2014)
item Developing relations between soil erodibilty factors in two different soil erosion prediction models (USLE/RUSLE and wWEPP) and fludization bed technique for mechanical soil cohesion (Nov 2014)
item No-tillage and manure effects on soil erosion, carbon and nitrogen dynamics in sugarcane field in Okinawa, Japan (Nov 2014)
item Assessment of electrical conductivity as a surrogate measurement for water samples in a tracer injection experiment (Nov 2014)
item Effect of check dams on runoff, sediment yield and retention on small semi-arid watersheds (Sep 2014)
item Monitoring and APEX modeling of no-till and reduced-till in tile drained agricultural landscapes for water quality (Jul 2014)
item Uncertainty in measuring runoff from small watersheds using instrumented outlet-pond (Jul 2014)
item Surface runoff and tile drainage transport of phosphorus in the Midwestern United States (Jul 2014)
item Modelling scale-dependent runoff generation in a small semi-arid watershed accounting for rainfall intensity and water depth (Apr 2014)
item Flume experimental evaluation of the effect of rill flow path tortuosity on rill roughness based on the Manning–Strickler equation (Feb 2014)
item The development of U.S. soil erosion prediction and modeling (Dec 2013)
item Application of a rangeland soil erosion model using NRI data in southeastern Arizona (Nov 2013)
item Phosphorus in the Lake Erie Basin: How can we better manage our fertilizers? (Nov 2013)
item Quantifying subsurface hydrology effects on chemical transport in drainage ditches using a 20-meter flume (Nov 2013)
item Phosphorus losses from drainage systems: breaking the surface tile riser connection (Nov 2013)
item Kinetic energy of rainfall simulation nozzles (Nov 2013)
item Drainage water phosphorus losses in the great lakes basin (Nov 2013)
item Sediment transport capacity under different subsurface hydrologic conditions (Nov 2013)
item Suspended sediment transport at the instantaneous and event time scales in semiarid watersheds of southeastern Arizona, USA (Oct 2013)
item Fingerprinting the sources of suspended sediment delivery to a large municipal drinking water reservoir: Falls Lake, Neuse River, North Carolina, USA (Sep 2013)
item Nitrous oxide emissions in Midwest US maize production vary widely with band-injected liquid N fertilizer rates, timing and nitrapyrin presence (Aug 2013)
item Towards new-generation soil erosion modeling: Building a unified omnivorous model (Jul 2013)
item WEPP modeling in the Great Lakes Basin (Jun 2013)
item The impact of climate change on soil erosion in Great Lakes Region (Jun 2013)
item Geospatial application of the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) model (Apr 2013)
item Applying online WEPP to assess forest watershed hydrology (Apr 2013)
item Advances in soil erosion research: processes, measurement, and modeling (Apr 2013)
item Controls on the spacing and geometry of rill networks on hillslopes: Rainsplash detachment, initial hillslope roughness, and the competition between fluvial and colluvial transport (Mar 2013)
item Quantification of soil surface roughness evolution under simulated rainfall (Feb 2013)
item Phosphorus doesn’t move through sub-surface tile, right? (Oct 2012)
item A multiple-segment recirculating flume to quantify chemical transport processes in drainage ditches (Oct 2012)
item Identifying best management practices to minimize P loss in a tile drained landscape (Oct 2012)
item A fluidized bed technique for estimating soil critical shear stress (Jul 2012)
item The role of subsurface hydrology in soil erosion and channel network development on a laboratory hillslope (Apr 2012)
item Soil greenhouse gas emissions from three decades long-term experimental field of corn-soybean rotation and tillage treatments (Mar 2012)
Last Modified: 9/20/2013
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