The experimental watersheds of Draix. Laboratory of study of the mountain erosion

by Nicolle Mathys (editorial coordination)
Collection: Actes de Colloques
january 1999
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The topics and areas discussed in this document are hydrology, torrential hydraulics, the study of erosion phenomena, natural or artificially-introduced vegetation and corresponding pedological developments. The aim of the seminar, organised in Digne, France, in October 1997, was to provide an overview of more than ten years of work carried out with the support of these watersheds, to encourage exchanges and to compare results with similar work done at other sites or in similar contexts and, finally, to identify potential scientific partnerships for which the experimental watersheds of Draix would be of definite interest as a field laboratory.

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Language(s): French

Publisher: Irstea

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Actes de Colloques

Published: 1 january 1999

Reference eBook [ePub]: CF5141EPB

Reference eBook [PDF]: CF5141NUM

EAN13 eBook [ePub]: 9782759211081

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759207183

Interior: Two-colour

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 328

Size: 24 Mo (ePub), 18 Mo (PDF)