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Reviews of Theme 3: Human impact on erosion and sediment yield in steeplandsAuthor(s): R. M. Rice
Source: International Symposium on Erosion and Sediment Transport in Pacific Rim Steeplands, 25-31 January 1981, Christchurch, New Zealand. Jour. Hydrology (NZ) 20(1): 104-106.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionIn this commentary I will be discussing the acquisition and transfer of scientific information. As I perceive it, those tasks are the principal business of all of us attending this symposium. I have come to the conclusion based on my review of Theme 3 papers, that many of us are not fulfilling our obligations as scientists as adequately as we ought to when we set about to acquire new information and report it to our peers
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CitationRice, R. M. 1981. Reviews of Theme 3: Human impact on erosion and sediment yield in steeplands. International Symposium on Erosion and Sediment Transport in Pacific Rim Steeplands, 25-31 January 1981, Christchurch, New Zealand. Jour. Hydrology (NZ) 20(1): 104-106.
KeywordsPSW4351, erosion, sediment transport, human impact
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