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This dataset shows high risk of water erodibility. This means the NRCS water erodibility Kw factor is < 0.20 (and slope is > 40%), or Kw factor is between 0.20 and 0.36 (and slope is > 35%) or Kw factor is > 0.36 (and slope is > 25%. These data were drawn from the 1:24,000 SSURGO soil surveys and the USGS National Elevation Dataset (NED)
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Reactive nitrogen is transported from the atmosphere to the landscape as wet and dry deposition that contributes to annual nitrogen loads to the Chesapeake Bay. Estimates of atmospheric inorganic nitrogen deposition to the Chesapeake Bay watershed during 1950 to 2050 are presented, and are based on field measurements, model simulations, statistical relations, and surrogate constituents used for estimates. Wet atmospheric nitrogen deposition has generally been quantified from weekly precipitation sample collections, whereas dry atmospheric nitrogen deposition has been simulated by a model at an hourly time step.
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This dataset shows high risk of water erodibility. This means the NRCS water erodibility Kw factor is < 0.20 (and slope is > 40%), or Kw factor is between 0.20 and 0.36 (and slope is > 35%) or Kw factor is > 0.36 (and slope is > 25%. These data were drawn from the 1:24,000 SSURGO soil surveys and the USGS National Elevation Dataset (NED)


    map background search result map search result map Soils with High Risk of Water Erodibility - Southern Rockies LCC - North, USA Soils with High Risk of Water Erodibility - Southern Rockies LCC - South, USA Estimates of atmospheric inorganic nitrogen deposition to the Chesapeake Bay watershed, 1950-2050 Estimates of atmospheric inorganic nitrogen deposition to the Chesapeake Bay watershed, 1950-2050 Soils with High Risk of Water Erodibility - Southern Rockies LCC - South, USA Soils with High Risk of Water Erodibility - Southern Rockies LCC - North, USA