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Developing a method to estimate the costs of soil erosion in high-risk Scottish catchments: final report

Report from a project which developed and used an ecosystem service framework approach to estimate the costs of soil erosion in Scotland, for five study catchments.

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Developing a method to estimate the costs of soil erosion in high-risk Scottish catchments: final report
13. References

273 page PDF

4.7 MB

13. References

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