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Soil erosion and land degradation in regions of Mediterranean climate

Ed.: Michael E. Meadows; Maria Sala

1996. VI, 93 pages, 46 figures, 14 tables, 17x24cm, 290 g
Language: English

(Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplementbände, Volume 107)

ISBN 978-3-443-21107-3, paperback, price: 32.00 €

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BOELHOUWERS, J.C., PJ. DE GRAAF & M.A. SAMSODIEN: The influence of
wilt/fire on soil properties and hydrological response at Devil's
Peak, Cape Town, South Africa (with 5 figures and 1 table) 1-10
NEW, M. & R. SCHULZE: Hydrologic sensitivity to climate change and
some implications for erosion in the Langrivier catchment, Western
Cape, South Africa (with 13 figures and 3 tables) 11-34
RUNGE, J.: Land use mapping and changes in land use in the "EFEDA"
pilot zones of Central Spain (La Mancha) (with 4 figures) 35-44
MEADOWS, M.E. & O. ASMAL: Chronology, sedimentology and geochemistry
of sediments at Verlorenviel (Western Cape Province, South Africa) as
evidence of anthropogenically-induced land degradation (with 10
figures and 6 tables) 45-62

HOLMES, P. & A. LUGER: Geomorphic implications of the stabilisation of
a headland bypass dune system in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa
(with 7 figures and 2 tables) 63-78
BATALLA R.J. & M. SALA: Impact of land-use practices on the sediment
yield of a partially disturbed Mediterranean catchment (with 7 figures
and 2 tables) 79-93