Wetting agents for erosion control on burned water sheds
J. F. Osborne
Hilgardia 28(5):12-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v028n05p12. May 1974.
THE MANY ACRES of watershed in Southern California that burn each year constitute a serious potential for erosion, because the removal of protective vegetation and fire causes the land to become water repellent—instead of being absorbed, water tends to run off.
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