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The influence of water erosion processes on sediment and nutriet transport from a small agricultural catchment area

PAVLÍK, F. DUMBROVSKÝ, M. PODHRÁZSKÁ, J. KONEČNÁ, J.

Originální název

The influence of water erosion processes on sediment and nutriet transport from a small agricultural catchment area

Anglický název

The influence of water erosion processes on sediment and nutriet transport from a small agricultural catchment area

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Erosion processes in catchment areas cause serious ecologic and economic problems because of their negative consequences in terms of soil and water deterioration as well as for the environment as a whole. The soil particles washed down by water erosion are the biggest pollution factor due to their amount and volume. Sediments are the product of a selective process in which smaller and lighter particles are separated from eroded soil and taken away by water fi rst. This means that the sediments contain a higher amount of organic, clay, and silt particles than the the original soils. Washed down sediments consist mainly of particles smaller than 0.05 mm (40–90% of the mixture). Other studies in the Czech Republic have focused on the assessment of soil erosion, based upon principles and parameters defi ned in the Universal Soil Loss Equation, but none of them has dealt with nutrient transport assessment as a consequence of water erosion. This paper presents a summary concerning the nutrient content in erosion sediment in a selected catchment area. Research work was conducted to identify and quantify the sediment load associated with nutrient transport especially from arable land on diff erent soil types

Anglický abstrakt

Erosion processes in catchment areas cause serious ecologic and economic problems because of their negative consequences in terms of soil and water deterioration as well as for the environment as a whole. The soil particles washed down by water erosion are the biggest pollution factor due to their amount and volume. Sediments are the product of a selective process in which smaller and lighter particles are separated from eroded soil and taken away by water fi rst. This means that the sediments contain a higher amount of organic, clay, and silt particles than the the original soils. Washed down sediments consist mainly of particles smaller than 0.05 mm (40–90% of the mixture). Other studies in the Czech Republic have focused on the assessment of soil erosion, based upon principles and parameters defi ned in the Universal Soil Loss Equation, but none of them has dealt with nutrient transport assessment as a consequence of water erosion. This paper presents a summary concerning the nutrient content in erosion sediment in a selected catchment area. Research work was conducted to identify and quantify the sediment load associated with nutrient transport especially from arable land on diff erent soil types

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@article{BUT92560,
  author="František {Pavlík} and Miroslav {Dumbrovský} and Jana {Podhrázská} and Jana {Konečná}",
  title="The influence of water erosion processes on sediment and nutriet transport from a small agricultural catchment area",
  annote="Erosion processes in catchment areas cause serious ecologic and economic problems because of
their negative consequences in terms of soil and water deterioration as well as for the environment as
a whole. The soil particles washed down by water erosion are the biggest pollution factor due to their
amount and volume. Sediments are the product of a selective process in which smaller and lighter
particles are separated from eroded soil and taken away by water fi rst. This means that the sediments
contain a higher amount of organic, clay, and silt particles than the the original soils. Washed down
sediments consist mainly of particles smaller than 0.05 mm (40–90% of the mixture). Other studies
in the Czech Republic have focused on the assessment of soil erosion, based upon principles
and parameters defi ned in the Universal Soil Loss Equation, but none of them has dealt with nutrient
transport assessment as a consequence of water erosion. This paper presents a summary concerning
the nutrient content in erosion sediment in a selected catchment area. Research work was conducted
to identify and quantify the sediment load associated with nutrient transport especially from arable
land on diff erent soil types",
  address="MENDELU",
  chapter="92560",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="MENDELU",
  number="3",
  volume="60",
  year="2012",
  month="february",
  pages="155--164",
  publisher="MENDELU",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}