Gully sidewall development in New South Wales, Australia

R. J. Blong

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Abstract

Examines the nature of gully side wall erosion. Studies gully growth patterns and shows that side wall erosion is often dominant in the headwater portion of the gully system. Develops a model of side wall evolution which considers flume development. Active and semi active side walls may be dominated by rainsplash and slopewash processes. Erosion and sediment yield from a section of gully side wall are rough proportional to the surface area ratio. Examines the changes in side wall sediment yield with time. (C.J.U.)

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSoil erosion and conservation
Subtitle of host publication'Malama 'Aina '83,' the International Conference on Soil Erosion and Conservation
EditorsS.A. El-Swaify, W.C. Moldenhauer, Andrew Lo
Place of PublicationAnkeny, IA
PublisherSoil Conserv. Soc. Am
Pages574-584
Number of pages11
ISBN (Print)0935734112, 9780935734119
Publication statusPublished - 1985
EventMalama 'Aina '83: The International Conference on Soil Erosion and Conservation - Honolulu, United States
Duration: 16 Jan 198322 Jan 1983

Conference

ConferenceMalama 'Aina '83
CountryUnited States
CityHonolulu
Period16/01/8322/01/83

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