wind erosion


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wind erosion

nerosione f del vento
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The remaining area is left undisturbed so that cover crop residues remain on the surface to protect the soil from water and wind erosion.
The soil-rated themes discussed in this paper are: soil acidity, wind erosion, water erosion, soil organic carbon, soil compaction, water repellence, and nutrient status (phosphorus).
The rich soil was capable of producing big crops during wet seasons, but was also subject to severe wind erosion.
Others say it could be a fluke formation like those on Earth caused by wind erosion.
He noticed that tilling left the soil vulnerable to water and wind erosion, which then stripped away the tilled land's topsoil.
This Wadi is characterised by its magnificent and peculiar geomorphological features due to the severe action of wind erosion on the sedimentary rocks of different resistances.
The major forms of land degradation include soil erosion ( which accounts for over 71 per cent of the total degradation) and wind erosion ( 10.
72 billion metric tons of soil were lost in 2010 due to water and wind erosion.
76 million hectare by wind erosion in Pakistan adding
These ash spreads contained barley grains which were accidentally burnt in domestic hearths and were then spread by humans onto the windblown sand surface during the 4th-6th centuries and 6th-8th centuries, a common practice identified in the North Atlantic during this period to control wind erosion.
The National Grasslands came into being during this time, and it's estimated the granddaddy of the CRP program cut wind erosion by 65 percent by the late '30s.
Wind erosion and, probably, subsidence of rocky strata due to leaching of gypsum over the ages disintegrated most of the visible dome, leaving behind a few scattered rocky outcrops in its centre and the peripheral wall of limestone rocks that had so fascinated me time and again.