Optimization modelling to establish false measures implemented with ex-situ plant species to control gully erosion in a monsoon-dominated region with novel in-situ measurements.

  title={Optimization modelling to establish false measures implemented with ex-situ plant species to control gully erosion in a monsoon-dominated region with novel in-situ measurements.},
  author={Asish Saha and Subodh Chandra Pal and Alireza Arabameri and Indrajit Chowdhuri and Fatemeh Rezaie and Rabin Chakrabortty and Paramita Roy and Manisa Shit},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
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