4 edition of Biophysical soil resources and land evaluation of the northeast coal study area, 1976-1977 found in the catalog.
Biophysical soil resources and land evaluation of the northeast coal study area, 1976-1977
1977 by Ministry of the Environment .
Written in English
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The soil erosion risk has increased by % of the total area, and decreased by %, showing that the overall soil erosion situation is worsening in the study area.
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