Influence of Lead Pollution on Cohesive Soil Erodibility using Jet Erosion Tests

@article{Salah2016InfluenceOL,
  title={Influence of Lead Pollution on Cohesive Soil Erodibility using Jet Erosion Tests},
  author={Mina Mohamadi Salah and Abdul-Sahib T. Al-Madhhachi},
  journal={Environment and Natural Resources Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={88}
}
Recent researches were investigated the high concentrations of Lead in Baghdad soils due to the emissions from Leaded fuel of cars, generators, and the industrials. These high concentrations in addition to their impact on human health may impact on the landscape and streambanks and may cause significant issues on soil erodibility. The erosion rate of cohesive soil was usually estimated using two alternative models, excess shear stress model which is depended on two major soil parameters: the… 

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