Handbook of Erosion Modelling
June 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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1 Introduction (R.P.C. Morgan).
PART 1 MODEL DEVELOPMENT.
2 Model Development: A User's Perspective (R.P.C. Morgan).
3 Calibration of Erosion Models (V.G. Jetten and M.P. Maneta).
4 Dealing with Uncertainty in Erosion Model Predictions (K.J. Beven and R.E. Brazier).
5 A Case Study of Uncertainty: Applying GLUE to EUROSEM (J.N. Quinton, T. Krueger, J. Freer, R.E. Brazier and G.S. Bilotta).
6 Scaling Soil Erosion Models in Space and Time (R.E. Brazier, C.J. Hutton, A.J. Parsons and J. Wainwright).
7 Misapplications and Misconceptions of Erosion Models (G. Govers).
PART 2 MODEL APPLICATIONS.
8 Universal Soil Loss Equation and Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (K.G. Renard, D.C. Yoder, D.T. Lightle and S.M. Dabney).
9 Application of WEPP to Sustainable Management of a SmallCatchment in South west Missouri, US, Under Present Land Use and with Climatic Change (J.M. Laflen).
10 Predicting Soil Loss and Runoff from Forest Roads and Seasonal Cropping Systems in Brazil using WEPP (A.J.T. Guerra and A. Soares da Silva).
11 Use of GUEST Technology to Parameterize a Physically-Based Model for Assessing Soil Erodibility and Evaluating Conservation Practices in Tropical Steeplands (C.W. Rose, B. Yu, R.K. Misra, K. Coughlan and B. Fentie).
12 Evaluating Effects of Soil and Water Management and Land Use Change on the Loess Plateau of China using LISEM (R. Hessel, V.G. Jetten, B. Liu and Y. Qiu).
13 Modelling the Role of Vegetated Buffer Strips in Reducing Transfer of Sediment from Land to Watercourses (J.H. Duzant, R.P.C. Morgan, G.A. Wood and L.K. Deeks).
14 Predicting Impacts of LandUse and Climate Change on Erosion and Sediment Yield in River Basins using SHETRAN (J.C. Bathurst).
15 Modelling Impacts of Climatic Change: Case Studies using the New Generation of Erosion Models (J.P. Nunes and M.A. Nearing).
16 Risk-Based Erosion Assessment: Application to Forest Watershed Management and Planning (W.J. Elliot and P.R. Robichaud).
17 The Future Role of Information Technology in Erosion Modelling (D.P. Guertin and D.C. Goodrich).
18 Applications of Long-Term Erosion and Landscape Evolution Models (G.R. Willgoose and G.R. Hancock).
19 Gully Erosion: Procedures to Adopt When Modelling Soil Erosion in Landscapes Affected by Gullying (J.W.A. Poesen, D.B. Torri and T. Vanwalleghem).
PART 3 FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS.
20 The Future of Soil Erosion Modelling (M.A. Nearing and P.B. Hairsine).