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Studies of Soil Erosion in Mississippi

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Erosion in Mississippi is discussed. In nine sample counties the author found 27.7 per cent of the area actively eroding, largely because of improper land use. He gives some historical background to erosion, indicates its extent, and the land uses related to its causes; he emphasizes some of the losses incurred on valley lands due to erosion on the uplands and points to reforestation as the basis for erosion control.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Assistant Forest Ecologist, Southern Forest Experiment Station

Publication date: 01 April 1931

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