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Man-induced soil erosion on the southern Piedmont, 1700-1970
Stanley Wayne Trimble
Bibliography: p. 166-180.
|Statement||by Stanley Wayne Trimble.|
|LC Classifications||S624.P53 T74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||74193357|
He is the author of Man Induced Erosion on the Southern Piedmont (SWCS, , ), editor of Encyclopedia of Water Science (CRC, ) and co-author (with Andrew Ward) of Environmental Hydrology (CRC, ). He was co-editor of Catena, Reviews: 4. Man-induced soil erosion on the Southern Piedmont, Stanley Wayne Trimble; Environmental Science; ; VIEW 1 EXCERPT. HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL.
34,, articles and books. Periodicals Literature. The Rhetoric of Authorship in the Renaissance Preface. Renaissance Europe Man-induced soil erosion on the southern Piedmont, , 2d ed. Armed and considered . Yield data from farmer-managed Piedmont fields show that all parts of a field or soil map unit are not equally productive, regardless of erosion class. When yields are compared across erosion classes by landscape position, slightly eroded soils usually outyield severely eroded soils, but .
He has published over papers mainly on land degradation and has edited several books. He was Chairman of the EU-funded COST Action 'Soil Erosion and Global Change' () with 21 participating countries and now Chairs a Working Group in COST 'On and Off-Site Impacts of Runoff and Erosion'. Erosion increased from until and was relatively constant until (Trimble, ). After , erosion declined until it reached a relatively low level in The Piedmont lost an average of 18 cm (7 inches) of soil as a result of agricultural land use during this era. A total of 6 cubic miles of soil was lost by erosion. The.
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Nonrefundable. Critical Acclaim. Buy Man-induced soil erosion on the southern Piedmont, on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: Stanley Wayne Trimble. The limited extent of erosion on the Piedmont at the time of European settlement --The settlement of the Piedmont by Europeans and associated increasing erosive land use, --The period of greatest erosive land use, --The decrease of erosive land use from to the present.
Man-induced soil erosion on the Southern Piedmont, This book presents a study on the attempt to understand human-induced erosion for the entire southern Piedmont over the entire period of European agricultural by: Man-Induced Soil Erosion on the Southern Piedmont, by Stanley Wayne Trimble,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).
Man-induced soil erosion on the southern Piedmont, – / Stanley W. Trimble ; with a new foreword by Andrew Goudie. — 2nd ed. Trimble S, Goudie A. Man-induced Soil Erosion on the Southern Piedmont, Ankeny, IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society; Ankeny, IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society; Stanley W.
Trimble. Reforestation and the Reduction of Water Yield on the Southern Piedmont Since Circa Article.
Man-Induced Soil Erosion on the Southern Piedmont, This study examines gully erosion in northeast Tennessee hillslopes in the Southern Appalachian Valley and Ridge physiographic province, where a thick.
Man-induced soil erosion in the southern Piedmont, – Ankeny, IA: Soil Conservation Society of America. Ankeny, IA: Soil Conservation Society of America. Google Scholar. Chapter 9 Soil erosion and soil conservation for vertisols in any given region and to neglect the t y p e of historical hangover effect so well illustrated in Trimble's study of man-induced soil erosion in the southern Piedmont area of the U.S.A.
A Book of Summaries of all the papers is available c/o The Institute of Geological Sciences. Stanley Wayne Trimble, Man-induced Soil Erosion on the Southern Piedmont, (Ankeny, Iowa: Soil Conservation Society of America, ).
S.W. Trimble, Man-Induced Soil Erosion on the Southern Piedmont, – (Ankeny, Iowa ). Get this from a library. Man-induced soil erosion on the southern Piedmont, [Stanley Wayne Trimble].
The washing away, or erosion, of Georgia's topsoil is one of the most significant environmental disasters to occur in the state.
Much of the land's productivity, especially in the Piedmont, has been lost to erosion. Early in the twentieth century nearly 10 million acres were in cultivated row crops, and much of that land was losing soil in every rain.
In the southern Piedmont, erosion was apparently negligible in pre-settlement times, but what there was stemmed from Indian agriculture, as well as from forest fires and natural processes.
European settlement resulted in erosive land use, which increased between and. S oil erosion in the United States has been a matter of public concern since the s. Conditions were improved by the s, although no one knew just how much (). Starting in the s, however, several studies concluded that erosion was high.
Although a few studies have been skeptical of these high rates (, ), most have suggested that soil erosion is an extremely serious. Residue management systems and their implications for production efficiency - Volume 21 Issue 2 - Krishna P. Paudel, Luanne Lohr, Miguel Cabrera you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.
Man-induced Soil Erosion on the Southern Piedmont. Abstract. Reservoirs have traditionally been designed to operate for periods of 50– years without impairment by sedimentation. However, aging reservoirs are now experiencing sedimentation problems that were ignored by the original designers, and to sustain their utilization, it is now necessary to redefine operations and modify structures to manage sediment.
Trimble in and published two important papers on soil erosion in the southern Piedmont of the United States. His publications form the basis for an analysis of soil degradation and its influence on soil productiv-ity.
Trimble traced the erosive land use of the southern Piedmont (VA, NC, SC, GA and ALA) from to. The three societies invited them to present their results at a symposium on the impacts of soil erosion on crop productivity.
The book is an outgrowth of that symposium and recommended to those who must advise on and develop private practices and public policy dealing with soil conservation, land use, and crop production.
the objectives of.publication Man-Induced Soil Erosion on the Southern Piedmont, – The bulk of this publication is a careful cataloguing of the history of erosive land uses from the time of European settlement to His block diagrams of pre- during- and post-erosive land use show the processes of inherent soil transformations (fig.
4). The erosion on.Legacy sediment (LS) is depositional bodies of sediment inherited from the increase of human activities since the Neolithic. These include a broad range of land use and land cover changes, such as agricultural clearance, lumbering and clearance of native vegetation, mining, road building, urbanization, as well as alterations brought to river systems in the form of dams and other engineering.