Renard KG, Freimund JR (1994) Using monthly precipitation data to estimate the R factor in the revised USLE
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Every conservation plan written by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service has been based on soil erosion calculations derived from USLE
or its successors, the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) and version 2 (RUSLE2).
Rainfall runoff (R) is a key factor of the USLE
model and is determined by local climate conditions.
began as a fairly simple equation that gave its answer in tons of soil lost per acre per year by multiplying five factors, with the numbers for each factor derived from paper tables of figures for different parts of the country and different soils.
27] investigated the sediment delivery ratio based on the ratio receiving drainage length to total drainage length by using WinGrid system and computed soil erosion using USLE
Importantly, there is a difference between the USLE
and RUSLE slope length.
21] demonstrated successful application of USLE
to mountainous forests in Japan.
The earliest attempts to relate erosion rates to slope gradient at the USLE
plot scale involved power equations on the tangent of the slope gradient (Eqns 1-5) with exponents varying from 0.
Today, agencies such as USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) as well as farmers around the world use USLE
and its descendants.
is based on extensive erosion data from studies throughout the United States and provides a quick approach to estimating long-term average annual soil loss (A).
In less than three months since taking control of the facility, USLE
has refurbished the facility and established that the equipment is capable of producing lithium ion batteries for the commercial market.