Interpreting soil and topographic properties to conceptualise hillslope hydrology
The sustainability of agricultural practices is enhanced when vegetation makes optimal use of natural hydrological processes. For example, planting tree belts where slope gradient sharply decreases can enable harvesting of run-on water. This can be beneficial for example in reducing water logging and enhancing tree production. There is a need for rapid and low cost identification of water flow paths and conceptualisation of hillslope hydrology so that local landuse planning can reflect such...[Show more]
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