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Losing topsoil to erosion contributes to a loss of inherent soil fertility levels of nitrogen, P, K, and thus to a decline in potential crop yield. The addition of manure and fertilizer can supply needed crop nutrients and help offset some loss of inherent fertility caused by soil erosion

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  • Soil erosion effects on soil productivity: A

    Soil erosion effects on soil productivity: A

    Research to determine the effects of soil erosion on crop production is limited. There are two important reasons why. First, such experiments are costly and time-consuming. Years of data are needed to evaluate the effects of the generally slow process. Also, results can be difficult to in- terpret. Other variables may mask erosion

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  • Soil erosion and crop productivity: topsoil thickness

    Soil erosion and crop productivity: topsoil thickness

    The effect of soil erosion can be partitioned into costs to the actual site where erosion takes place and costs off site where sediment contributes to water quality problems. The on-site costs can include loss in production potential due to deterioration in soil physical and chemical properties such as infiltration rate, water holding capacity, loss of nutrients needed for crop production, and loss of soil carbon

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  • Soil erosion: An agricultural production challenge

    Soil erosion: An agricultural production challenge

    In a study conducted at Iowa State University on 40 soil associations, Craft and coworkers (Proceedings of the National Symposium on Erosion and Soil Productivity, 1984) reported that the impact of soil erosion on soil productivity was largely determined by subsoil properties because they effect root growth, soil water availability, and plow layer fertility. Thus, the loss of the topsoil can have considerable impact on yield, where nutrient

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  • Evaluating the effects of soil erosion and productivity

    Evaluating the effects of soil erosion and productivity

    Sustained accelerated soil erosion alters key soil properties such as nutrient availability, water holding capacity, soil depth and texture, which in turn have detrimental effects on crop productivity and therefore reduce C input to soils

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  • Evaluating the effects of soil erosion and

    Evaluating the effects of soil erosion and

    2007). Soil erosion affects vegetation growth and biomass production by changing soil physical and chemical proper-ties related to soil fertility such as water holding capacity, nutrient status or soil depth (Bakker et al., 2004). Effects of soil erosion on crop productivity have been intensively stud

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  • EPIC: Environmental Policy Integrated Climate Model

    EPIC: Environmental Policy Integrated Climate Model

    Environmental Policy Integrated Climate (EPIC) model is a cropping systems model that was developed to estimate soil productivity as affected by erosion as part of the Soil and Water Resources Conservation Act analysis for 1985. EPIC simulates approximately eighty crops with one crop growth model using unique parameter values for each crop

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  • The Global Impact Of Soil Erosion On Productivity*. II

    The Global Impact Of Soil Erosion On Productivity*. II

    Because soil erosion removes the productive layer of topsoil, crop yields and land values are reduced, and a serious threat is posed to global food production capacity and food security (Biggelaar

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  • Impact of soil erosion on soil productivity

    Impact of soil erosion on soil productivity

    Integrated Crop Management News Agriculture and Natural Resources 7-16-2001 Impact of soil erosion on soil productivity Gerald A. Miller Iowa State University, [email protected] Michael J. Tidman

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  • Soil erosion: effect on soil productivity

    Soil erosion: effect on soil productivity

    Integrated Crop Management News Agriculture and Natural Resources 8-19-2002 Soil erosion: effect on soil productivity Mahdi Al-Kaisi Iowa State University, [email protected] H. Mark Hanna

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  • Soil Erosion- How Does it Affect Agriculture?

    Soil Erosion- How Does it Affect Agriculture?

    Apr 07, 2020 Soil erosion can negatively impact agriculture by reducing crop yields and quality. In an era where the population continues to grow rapidly, the agricultural sector is being put under increasing pressure to respond and produce enough food for our growing society. Image Credit: vivatchai/Shutterstock.com. However, the impacts of climate change

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  • The effects of erosion on soil productivity, and effective

    The effects of erosion on soil productivity, and effective

    Productive capacity of soil and preservation of soil is done by soil conservation. Soil erosion is the major problem which reduces the soil fertility which in turn reduces the crop productivity. Erosion may occur in many forms due to some causes. Fertilization increases the productivity. Soil Science August - Volume - Issue 2

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  • Impacts of Soil and Water Conservation Practices on

    Impacts of Soil and Water Conservation Practices on

    Nutrient depletion Soil erosion Soil fertility management Introduction Soil erosion and nutrient depletion has been a major national agenda and remains an important issue in the Ethiopian highlands because of their adverse impacts on crop productivity, environmental sustainability, food security, and the quality of life in general (Kassie et al

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  • Impacts of soil and water conservation practices on soil

    Impacts of soil and water conservation practices on soil

    Apr 30, 2019 Land degradation in the form of soil erosion and fertility depletion is a major challenge in the Ethiopian highlands due to its adverse impacts on crop productivity, food security and natural resource conservation (Laekemariam et al. 2016; Teklu et al. 2018; Adimassu et al. 2017).The principal causes are rapid population growth and improper land resources management and utilization which

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  • Soil nutrient loss through erosion: Impact of different

    Soil nutrient loss through erosion: Impact of different

    Dec 19, 2018 Soil erosion is a multifactor threat to crop production and the environment. Most studies on soil erosion characterization have not focused on soil nutrient loss associated with erosion. The aim of this study was therefore to quantify the magnitude of nutrient loss through soil erosion under different cropping systems and amendments to inform agronomic practices in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)

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  • Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator - an overview

    Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator - an overview

    The Environmental Policy Integrated Climate Model (EPIC, formerly known as the Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator) is one of the predominant crop models that are frequently adopted for integrated analysis and adaptation researches on regional and global scales (Wang and Li, 2010 )

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  • The impact of climate change on the productivity of

    The impact of climate change on the productivity of

    Jun 17, 2021 Conservation agriculture (CA) is a crop production system based on three principles: minimum soil disturbance (going as far as no tillage (NT)), permanent soil cover with crop residues and

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  • Impacts of Soil and Water Conservation Practices on Crop

    Impacts of Soil and Water Conservation Practices on Crop

    Oct 13, 2016 Soil erosion and nutrient depletion has been a major national agenda and remains an important issue in the Ethiopian highlands because of their adverse impacts on crop productivity, environmental sustainability, food security, and the quality of life in general (Kassie et al. 2009; Bewket and Sterk 2002; Hurni 1996).Productivity impacts of soil erosion and nutrient depletion are mainly due to

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