Erodibility of Three Kenyan Soils as Determined From A Rainfall Simulator

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1993
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Tongi, E. R. N.
Mochoge, B. O.
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Erodibility is the vulnerability of the soil to erosion. Soil erodibility is the combined effect of the soil's infiltration capacity and the soil's resistance to particle detachment and transport. Soil properties that affect soil structure, slaking and water transmission characteristics also affect erodibility.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 58 (4), p. 169-174