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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter 13: Soil & Water Conservation Textbook: Chapter 13

Mealear Khiev15 Page
3 Dec 2016
11
Water is a constituent of all living (bacteria, trees, animals) + many inorganic things (rocks, minerals) Most abundant liquid on earth, the only commo
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Crop Residue, Stream Gradient, Nonpoint Source Pollution

Mealear Khiev20 Page
9 Oct 2016
8
Movement of soil by water occurs in 3 stages: Individual grains are detached from soil mass. Detached grains are transported over land surface. Soil gr
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter 15: Soil & Water Conservation Textbook: Chapter 15

Mealear Khiev10 Page
3 Dec 2016
13
Irrigation: method in which a controlled amount of water is supplied to plants at regular intervals for agriculture. What is reclamation? (land) reclam
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Secondary Treatment, Eutrophication, Fossil Fuel

Mealear Khiev8 Page
3 Dec 2016
3
Water is the principal component of living organisms, serves as filler and transportation service for living cells. What factors affect water"s ability
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter 3: Soil and Water Conservation Textbook: Chapter 3

Mealear Khiev25 Page
5 Oct 2016
5
Geologic erosion processes: natural, slow, persistent processes of water and wind erosion punctuated by catastrophic events (glaciation, landslides, fl
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Soil Conservation, Subsoil, Rill

Mealear Khiev18 Page
8 Nov 2016
2
Expensive: only used where specific need exists (where erosive effects of water/wind are most concentrated) Cropping and tillage less expensive and les
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter 7: Geog M107 Textbook Chapter 7

Mealear Khiev8 Page
22 Oct 2016
5
Chapter 7: soil surveys as a basis for land use planning. Soil surveys: produce maps and soil descriptions that compile information about soils and lan
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Rangeland Management, Rangeland, Lolium Perenne

Mealear Khiev12 Page
14 Nov 2016
2
Describe erosion rates on different types of land-management systems. Erosion rates normally low on well managed pasture-, range-, and forestland, beca
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezSummer

GEOG M107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Silt, Loess, Particulates

Mealear Khiev17 Page
16 Oct 2016
11
Focus on: what is included in the equations, how they were developed, why would we need different kinds of equations, etc. Soil conservation service (s
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Natural Resources Conservation Service, Tillage, Soil Structure

Mealear Khiev16 Page
14 Oct 2016
12
The soil is loose, finely divided, and dry. The soil surface is smooth and bare. How erosion may be curtailed or eliminated: The soil is compacted, kep
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Natural Resources Conservation Service, Soil Conservation, Row Crop

Mealear Khiev11 Page
29 Sep 2016
2
Soil erosion) is of greater concern than temporary shortages of food supply (ex. sugar) The purpose of soil conservation: not only to preserve soil, bu
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UCLAGEOG M107Bridget GonzalezFall

GEOG M107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Hectare, Soil Conservation, Humus

OC10010742 Page
28 Sep 2016
3
Water is renewable, but limited; thus crop production is determined by water availability. Long-term loss of productivity (crop yield) caused by soil e
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