The reroute is now down gradient from the wellhead protection area, includes fewer areas of wind erodible
soils and crosses fewer sloped areas.
This dynamic forced early farmers out of the fertile river valleys and onto erodible
The landscape is characterized by steep, dissected terrain and highly erodible
The highly populated and predominantly sandy, easily erodible
and low-lying coastal Gulf countries are especially vulnerable to the impacts of sea level rise through direct inundation, erosion and salt water intrusion.
Budget cuts will make it even more difficult for these programs to protect wetlands, wildlife and highly erodible
This problem has been tackled by introducing discrete elements constructed from a water-soluble core and an erodible
shell (10) such as a core of poly (ethylene oxide) and a shell of stearyl alcohol.
The softer, easily erodible
material underneath has been gradually swept away receding the slopes and in this way, conical formations protected with basalt caps have been created.
This region is characterized by highly erodible
sandstones typical of the desert Southwest.
However, much of the native grassland converted in recent years is not highly erodible
and therefore is not subject to Sodbuster.
By 1990, there were some 14,000,000 hectares (35,000,000 acres) of highly erodible
land in permanent vegetative cover under 10-year contracts.
Forty thousand trees will be planted in southwestern Wisconsin in a project that is converting highly erodible
farmland into high-density hardwood forest.
It was the loosest, most erodible
material we had seen," he told the Post.