Soil erosion and landslides

Lilly, A.; Auton, Clive; Baggaley, N.J.; Bowes, J.P.; Foster, Claire; Haq, M.; Reeves, Helen. 2011 Soil erosion and landslides. In: Dobbie, K.E.; Bruneau, P.M.C.; Towers, W., (eds.) The state of Scotland's soil. Natural Scotland, 86-99, 13pp.

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The publication of this report is an action arising from the 2009 Scottish Soil Framework. It aims to contribute to the wider understanding that soils are a vital part of our economy, environment and heritage, to be safeguarded for existing and future generations. The State of Scotland’s Soil Report collates the most recent information available from a variety of sources and builds on previous reports by SEPA (2001) and Towers et al. (2006) and is part of wider environmental reporting activities. It adds to our understanding of soil by using a conceptual model to help describe the drivers and pressures that affect the state of the soil, how these pressures result in a number of threats to soil functions, and their consequences for the wider environment, the economy and society. Finally we describe potential management responses.

Item Type: Publication - Book Section
Programmes: BGS Programmes 2010 > Climate Change Science
Funders/Sponsors: Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Additional Keywords: soil erosion, landslides
NORA Subject Terms: Agriculture and Soil Science
Earth Sciences
Date made live: 24 Mar 2011 13:32 +0 (UTC)

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