Predicting erosion and sediment yield in a mesoscale basin in the semiarid monsoon region Miyun/China
Ecological Processes, February 2014
Michael Gebel, Mario Uhlig, Stefan Halbfass, Ralph Meissner, Shuhuai Duan
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