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Development and testing of a coupled vegetation/sediment-transport model for dryland environments

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Drylands are characterised by patchy vegetation, erodible surfaces and erosive aeolian processes. The extreme nature of dryland environments means that semi-arid vegetation cover is often dynamic through time and space, due to complex relationships among plants, soil and transport processes. Understanding how ecogeomorphic processes interact and shape landscape evolution is critical for managing potential environmental and anthropogenic impacts in drylands, since these vulnerable regions a...

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NE/L501530/1
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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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