erodibilityRisk: A function to determine soil erodibility risk

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/erodibilityRisk.R

Description

This function classifies soil erodibility factor into classes of risk to erosion

Usage

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Arguments

x

soil erodibility factor value between 0 and 1

Details

Erodibility factor ranges between 0 (lowest risk) to 1 (highest risk)

Value

erodibility risk classes

Author(s)

Christian Thine Omuto

References

Wischmeier WH, Mannering JV. 1969. Relation of Soil Properties to its Erodibility, Soil and Water Management and Conservation, 15, 131–137 Benavidez R, Bethana J, Maxwell D, Norton K. 2018. A review of the (Revised) Universal Soil Loss Equation ((R)USLE): with a view to increasing its global applicability and improving soil loss estimates. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 22, 6059–6086

See Also

erosivFUN, erodFUN, slopelenFUN

Examples

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library(sp)
erodibilityRisk(0.8)
x=suitabinput
sand=textureinput["sand"]
silt=textureinput["silt"]
clay=textureinput["clay"]
soc=nutrindicator["soc"]
x$permeability=permeabilityClass(x$texture)
x$renard=erodFUN(sand$sand,silt$silt,clay$clay,soc$soc,x$texture, x$structure,"Renard")
x$erodibilityrisk=erodibilityRisk(x$renard)
x$erodib=classCode(x$renard,"erodibility")
summary(x$erodib)
spplot(x["erodib"])

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