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Alternative TitleA Study of Water Erosion Features under Alternative Land Utilization in Hilly and Low Mountain Area of Sichuan Purple Soil
刘刚才1; 朱波1; 代华龙1; 张建辉2; 李勇1
Corresponding Author刘刚才
Source Publication青藏高原东缘环境演化与森林生态学术研讨会 ; 青藏高原东缘环境与生态
Conference Date2001-8-26~31
Conference Place四川成都
Publication Place成都市
Publisher四川大学出版社 ; 成都市
Funding Organization中国科学院贡嘎山高山生态系统观测试验站
Other AbstractThe continuous observed data from three fields experimental stations located at Sichuan Yanting,Nanbu and Pengxi respectively,reveals the magnitude order of erosion rate is the cultivated land,afforestation land and undisturbed grassland in hilly and mountain area of purple soil,and implicates human activity is the fundamental cause for the over erosion rate.The erodibilty is high at initial period of rainy season for various utilized land.The erosion rate of undisturbed grassland and matured afforestation land is not proportional to the rainfall intensity.Therefore,in the nature of things,regulating or prohibiting human activity,intensifying the management of initial period of rainy season and increasing the cover rate of land surface ale the major three basic measures for preventing the soil erosion.
Keyword水蚀特征 土地利用 紫色土
Document Type会议论文
First Author Affilication中国科学院水利部成都山地灾害与环境研究所
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刘刚才,朱波,代华龙,等. 四川紫色土低山丘陵区不同土地利用类型的水蚀特征[C]. 成都市:四川大学出版社, 成都市,2002:220-226.
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