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CP- FACTOR
Figure 6: Factors of USLE and model predicted erosional soil loss (Bhogabati Watershed, Kolhapur District, Maharashtra, India)
CP- FACTOR
Figure 6: Factors of USLE and model predicted erosional soil loss (Bhogabati Watershed, Kolhapur District, Maharashtra, India)
Figure 7: Flow diagram of methodology of soil erosion modeling using MMF model
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Figure 7: Flow diagram of methodology of soil erosion modeling using MMF model
been its ineffectiveness in applications outside the range of conditions for which it was developed. The process models and physically-based model have an advantage over simple statistical empirical models when individual processes and components that affect erosion are described simply and effectively. The disadvantages of these models are that the mathematical representation of a natural process can only be approximate and there are difficulties in the parameter prediction procedures. RS and GIS techniques are very effective tools for soil erosion modeling and erosion risk assessment.
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