Modeling the impacts of no-till practice on soil erosion and sediment yield with RUSLE , SEDD , and ArcView GIS

@inproceedings{Fua2005ModelingTI,
  title={Modeling the impacts of no-till practice on soil erosion and sediment yield with RUSLE , SEDD , and ArcView GIS},
  author={Guobin Fua and Shulin Chena and Donald K. McCoolb},
  year={2005}
}
  • Guobin Fua, Shulin Chena, Donald K. McCoolb
  • Published 2005
The revised universal soil loss equation (RUSLE), the sediment delivery distributed (SEDD) model, and ArcView GIS were used to estimate the impacts of no-till practice on soil erosion and sediment yield in Pataha Creek Watershed, a typical dryland agricultural watershed in southeastern Washington. The results showed that the average cell soil loss decreased from 11.09 to 3.10 t/ha yr for the whole watershed and from 17.67 to 3.89 t/ha yr for the croplands under the no-till scenario. Likewise… CONTINUE READING
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