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Achasov, A.B., S.Y. Bulygin, V.I. Burakov, G.O. Mozheiko, M.A. Nearing, O.B. Kandaurov, V.I. Tarasov, D.O. Timchenko, and A.V. Shatokhin. 2000. Methods and standards for inventory and risk of erosion. Kharkiv State Agricultural University, Kharkiv, Ukraine. 63pp.
Amore, E., F. Licciardello, M.A., Nearing, and S.M. Zimbone. 2002. Application of the WEPP model to a small sicilian watershed. Proceedings of the International Agricultural Engineering Conference (IAEC 2002), 583-592. 2002 Nov. 28-30, Wuxi, China.
Boardman, J. and Lorents, S. 2000. The GCTE Soil Erosion Network and model evaluation studies. South African Geographical Journal, 82(3):154-156.
Boardman, J. and Favis-Mortlock, D. 1999. Frequency-magnitude distributions for soil erosion, runoff and rainfall - a comparative analysis. JZ.Geomorph. N.F. Suppl.-Bd. 115, 51-70
Chaplot, V., Boonsaner, A., Bricquet, J.P., de Rouw, A., Janeau, J.L., Marchand, P., Phommassack, T., Toan T.D., Valentin, C., 2002. Soil erosion under land use change from three catchments in Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. 12th International Soil Conservation Organization Conference, Beijing, China.
Favis-Mortlock, D.T. and Savabi, M.R. 1996. Shifts in rates and spatial distributions of soil erosion and deposition under climate change. In, Anderson, M.G. and Brooks, S.M. (eds), Advances in Hillslope Processes, Wiley, Chichester, UK. pp. 529-560.
D.T., Quinton, J.N. and Dickinson, W.T. 1996. The GCTE validation
of soil erosion models for global change studies. Journal of Soil
and Water Conservation 51(5), 397-403.
D.T. 1998. The GCTE validation of field-scale soil erosion models.
Wiener Mitteilungen 151, 91-109.
Favis-Mortlock, D.T. and Guerra, A.J.T. 2000. The influence of global greenhouse-gas emissions on future rates of soil erosion: a case study from Brazil using WEPP-CO2. In, Schmidt, J. (ed.), Soil Erosion: Application of Physically Based Models, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany. pp. 3-31.
D.T., Boardman, J. and MacMillan, V.J. 2001. The limits of erosion
modeling: why we should proceed with care. In, Harmon, R.S. and
Doe III, W.W. (eds), Landscape Erosion and Evolution Modeling, Kluwer
Academic/Plenum Publishing, New York. pp. 477-516.
Gregory, P. J., Ingram, J. S. I., Andersson, R., Betts, R. A. , Brovkin, V., Chase, T., Gray, A., Grace, P., Hamilton, N., Hardy, T. B., Howden, S. M., Jenkins, A., Meybeck, M., Olsson, M., Ortiz-Monasterio, I., Palm, C. A., Payne, T., Rummukainen, M., Schulze, R. E., Thiem, M., Valentin, C., Wilkinson, M. J. 2002. Environmental Consequences of Intensifying Food and Fibre Production. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 88(3):279-290
Hagen, L.J., 2001. Validation of the Wind Equation Prediction System (WEPS) Erosion Submodel on small cropland fields. in: J.C. Ascough II & D.C. Flanagan (eds), Soil Erosion Research for the 21st Century. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St Joseph, Michigan, USA, pp. 479-482.
Jetten, V., de
Roo, A.P.J. and Favis-Mortlock, D.T. 1999. Evaluation of field-scale
and catchment-scale soil erosion models. Catena 37(3/4), 521-541.
Nearing, M.A. 2000. Erosion Forecast: Models predict climate change impacts on erosivity from 2000-2100. Resource Engineering and Technology for a Sustainable World. 7(12):33.
Nearing, M.A. 2000. Evaluating soil erosion models using measured plot data: Accounting for variability in the data. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 25:1035-1043.
Nearing, M.A. 2001. Potential Changes in Rainfall Erosivity in the United States with Climate Change during the 21st Century. J. Soil and Water Cons. 56(3):229-232.
Nearing, M.A. 2001. Impacts of climate change on erosivity in the United States: 2000-2100. pp. 268-270. In: J.C. Ascough and D.C. Flagana (eds.) Soil Erosion for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the International Symposium, Jan. 3-5, 2001, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Nearing, M.A., M.J.M. Romkens, L.D. Norton, et al. 2000. Measurements and models of soil loss rates. Science 290:1300-1301.
Planchon, O., Valentin, C., in press. Soil erosion in West Africa : present and future. In : D. Favis-Mortlock and J. Boardman (eds.) Soil erosion and climatic change. Imperial College Press, Oxford.
Pruski, F.F. and M.A. Nearing. 2002. Climate-Induced Changes in Erosion during the 21st Century for Eight U.S. Locations. Water Resources Research. 38(12):
Pruski, F.F. and M.A. Nearing. 2002. Runoff and soil loss responses to changes in precipitation: a computer simulation study. J. Soil and Water Cons. 57(1):7-16.
Rajot, J.L. and Valentin, C., 2001. Wind eroded versus deposited Mineral Dust : a Mass Budget for a Sahelian Village Land Unit in Niger. In: J.C. Ascough II and D.C. Flanagan (Eds), Soil Erosion Research for the 21st Century. American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE), USA pp 404-407.
Renschler, C.S., D.C. Flanagan, and M.A. Nearing. 2002. Spatially Distributed soil erosion assessment with commonly available data: GIS-based applications with WEPP. Geoforma Ediciones.
Santoro, C., E. Amore, C. Modica, and M.A. Nearing. 2000. Application of two soil erosion models to a large Sicilian basin. In: Proceedings of the Third International Congress of the European Society of Soil Conservation. March 28-April 1, 2000.
Stout, J.E., 2001. Dust trends in the Southern High Plains. in: J.C. Ascough II & D.C. Flanagan (eds), Soil Erosion Research for the 21st Century. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St Joseph, Michigan, USA, pp. 475-478.
Valentin, C., in press. Overland flow, erosion and associated sediment and biogechemical transports. In: P. Kabat, M. Claussen, P. A. Dirmeyer, J. H.C. Gash, L. Bravo de Guenni, M. Meybeck, R. A. Pielke, Sr., C. J. Vörösmarty, R. W.A. Hutjes, S. Lütkemeier (Eds.); Vegetation, Water, Humans and the Climate. A New Perspective on an Interactive System. Springer verlag, Berlin, Global Change - The IGBP Series April 2003, 9 p.
Valentin, C., Boardman, J., Favis-Mortlock, D., Ingram, J., Kirkby, M., Nearing, M., Poesen, J., Zobeck, T., 2002. The GCTE Soil Erosion Network. Proceedings of the ISCO meeting, 26-31 May 2002, Beijing, China, vol. II, pp.299-305.
Van Pelt, R. S, Zobeck, T. M. and Potter, K. N. Validation of the Wind Erosion Equation (WEQ) for Discrete Periods and of the Wind Erosion Stochastic Simulator (WESS) for Single Events. In Proceedings of Soil Erosion for the 21st Century Symposium. pp. 683-686. 2001
Van Pelt, R. S., Zobeck, T. M. Validation of the Wind Erosion Equation (WEQ) for discrete periods. Proceedings of the ICAR5/GCTE-SEN Joint Conference. International Center of Arid and Semiarid Land Studies, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Pub No. 02-2 pp. 287-291. 2002.
Van Pelt, R. S., Zobeck, T. M., Potter, K. N., Stout, J. E. Popham, T. W. Validation of the wind erosion stochastic simulator (WESS) and the Revised Wind Erosion Equation (RWEQ) for single events. Proceedings of the ICAR5/GCTE-SEN Joint Conference. International Center of Arid and Semiarid Land Studies, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Pub No. 02-2 pp. 292-295. 2002.
Williams, A., F.F. Pruski, and M.A. Nearing. 2002. Indirect impacts of climate change that affect agricultural production: soil erosion. Chapter 12 In: Otto C. Doering III, et al., eds. Effects of Climate Change and Variability on Agricultural Production Systems, Kluwer Academic Publ., Boston.
Williams, A.N., Mark Nearing, Mike Habeck, Jane Southworth, Rebecca Pfeifer, Otto C. Doering, Jess Lowenberg-Deboer, J.C. Randolph, and Michael A. Mazzocc. 2002. Global Climate Change: Implications of Extreme Events for Soil Conservation Strategies and Crop Production in the Midwestern United States. p. 509-515. In D.E. Stott, R.H. Mohtar, and G.C. Steinhardt (eds.) Sustaining the Global Farm – Selected papers from the 10th International Soil Conservation Organization Meeting, May 24-29, 1999, West Lafayette, IN.
Yun, X., Liu, B.Y., and M.A. Nearing. 2002. A practical threshold for separating erosive and non-erosive storms. Trans. Am. Soc. Ag. Eng. 45(6): 1843–1847.
Zobeck, T. M., Parker, N. C, Kang, G., and Haskell, S. Scaling-up from field to region for wind erosion prediction on cropland using GIS. Agricultural Ecosystems and Environment 82:247-259. 2000.
Zobeck, T.M., Scott Van Pelt, Stout, J.E., Popham, T.W., 2001. Validation of the Revised Wind Erosion Equation (RWEQ) for single events and discrete periods. in: J.C. Ascough II & D.C. Flanagan (eds), Soil Erosion Research for the 21st Century. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St Joseph, Michigan, USA, pp. 471-474.
Boardman, J. and
Favis-Mortlock, D.T. (eds) 1998. Modelling Soil Erosion by Water,
Springer-Verlag NATO-ASI Series I-55, Berlin. 531 pp.
Boardman, J. and Favis-Mortlock, D.T. (in press). Climate Change and Soil Erosion, Imperial College Press, London
Catena volume 37(3/4), 1999. The GCTE evaluation of catchment-scale erosion models. Edited by Ad de Roo and Victor Jetten
Catena Volume 50, 2003. Gully Erosion and global change. Edited by J. Poesen and C. Valentin
Environmental Science & Policy, vol. 6(1).
Catena special issue. Gully erosion: a global issue. Valentin, C., Yong Li and J. Poesen, editors. Including papers presented during the 2nd International Symposium on Gully Erosion Under Global Change, May 22-25, 2002, Chengdu, China.
Geomorphology special issue. Including papers presented during the workshop Land use and Climate change, 14-21 December 2002, Quito, Ecuador. See http://www.kuleuven.ac.be/facdep/geo/fgk/pages/expgeom.htm
Initial evaluations of wind erosion models. ICAR5/GCTE-SEN, Texas Tech University, Lubbock Texas, 22-25 July 2002. See http://www.lbkars.usda.gov/wewc/icar5/index.html.