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e·ro·sive

(ē-rō'siv),
1. Having the property of eroding or wearing away.
2. An eroding agent.

e·ro·sive

(ē-rō'siv)
1. Having the property of eroding or wearing away.
2. An eroding agent.

erosive

(ē-rō′sĭv)
1. Able to produce erosion.
2. An agent that erodes tissues or structures.
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The objective of this study was to determine the Universal Soil Loss Equation (USLE) rainfall erosivity factor (R) by using the standard procedure based on pluviographic records and to adjust the equations to estimate the rainfall erosivity based on the rainfall data from the Valley of Rio do Peixe, in the state of Santa Catarina (SC), Brazil.
Erosion estimation was obtained by calculating rain erosivity factor, soil erodibility factor, length and slope ramp factor, and land use and conservation factor.
Caption: Figure 2: Rainfall erosivity factor versus yearly rainfall.
In 1988, the R-factor at approximately 850 locations was published as part of the rainfall erosivity evaluation conducted by ICONA (1988).
Erosivity map is prepared by multiplying MFI and BGI maps using Raster Calculator and classified into low (index less than 4), moderate (4-6 index) and high (index above 6).
The effect of tillage depth, tillage speed and soil condition on chisel tillage erosivity.
Thus, the model can be used to estimate erosivity in larger areas by simply finding out the soil loss rate per hectare and extrapolating this to a study area with the same characteristics.
Approach to the definition of rain erosivity and soil erodibility in West Africa", en: De Boodt, M.
Biomass-fired boiler fly ash has been reported to have relatively high erosivity due to high concentrations of chemically active compounds containing alkali, sulphur, phosphorus and chlorine (Wang, 1995).
R = rainfall and runoff erosivity index for geographic location (Figure 7-3),
Seasonal and spatial patterns of erosivity in a tropical watershed of the Colombian Andes, Journal of Hydrology, 1-15, 2005.