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1. Environmental effects of agricultural land-use change (id:20372)

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2. Environmental effects of agricultural land-use change : the role of economics and policy (id:18042)

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3. Model simulation of soil loss, nutrient loss, and change in soil organic carbon associated with crop production (id:1059)

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4. Filter fence design aid for sediment control at construction sites (id:44237)

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5. Agri-environmental policy at the crossroads : guideposts on a changing landscape (id:38372)

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6. Predicting soil erosion by water : a guide to conservation planning with the revised universal soil loss equation (RUSLE) (id:11126)

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7. Predicting soil erosion by water : a guide to conservation planning with the revised universal soil loss equation (RUSLE) (id:CAT10827029)

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8. How research improves land management (id:IND20394021)

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9. KINEROS : a kinematic runoff and erosion model : documentation and user manual (id:47330)

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10. Arid lands--questionable policies (id:IND88053422)

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11. Conservation and commodity programs can work in harmony (id:IND88053451)

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12. Conservation tillage--a hot, new idea from the distant past (id:IND88053429)

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13. Current issues link agricultural and environmental interests (id:IND88053448)

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14. How to slow a 175-tons-a-second landslide (id:IND88053433)

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15. New challenges of farmland conservation (id:IND88053446)

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16. Soil conservation is an old-time religion (id:IND88053431)

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17. Some of the world's best farmland is here (id:IND88053414)

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18. Strong, new incentives to complete conservation plans (id:IND88053428)

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19. Tax policy and agricultural land (id:IND88053455)

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20. Technology improves tillage and soil treatment (id:IND88053458)

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21. Tooling up for a new vision of earth (id:IND88053416)

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22. Why do landowners conserve soil? (id:IND88053437)

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23. Wildlife values serve people, too (id:IND88053426)

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24. Working on land by hydrologic unit (id:IND88053413)

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25. You make a difference (id:IND88053457)

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26. A farm program with incentives to do good (id:IND88053450)

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27. The plants that followed people (id:IND88053407)

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28. Erosion on rangelands : emerging technology and data base : proceedings of the Rainfall Simulator Workshop, January 14-15, 1985, Tucson, Arizona (id:47331)

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29. Soil erosion and management activities on forested slopes (id:IND87016256)

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30. How farmers affect natural resources (id:IND84105135)

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31. Savaging our soil, sustainer of food and life (id:IND82024576)

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32. Water problems on the homesite (id:CAIN749014646)

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33. Pastures to hold and enrich the soil (id:ORC00000402)

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34. Regrassing for soil protection in the Southwest (id:ORC00000420)

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35. Stubble-mulch farming for soil defense (id:34075)

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36. Toward soil security on the northern Great plains (id:ORC00000421)

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37. Mulching to establish vegetation on eroded areas of the Southeast (id:ORC00000597)

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38. Soil losses from cultivated strips in strip-cropped fields in the Ohio Valley Region (id:CAT87215394)

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39. Bibliography on soil erosion and soil and water conservation (id:ORC00000551)

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40. Implements and methods of tillage to control soil blowing on the northern Great Plains (id:ORC00000500)

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41. Legumes in soil conservation practices (id:ORC00000592)

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42. Soil defense in the Northeast (id:ORC00000519)

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43. Soil defense in the South (id:ORC00000517)

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44. Terracing for soil and water conservation (id:ORC00000485)

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45. Conserving corn belt soil (id:ORC00000518)

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46. Preventing soil blowing on the southern Great Plains (id:ORC00000520)

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47. Soil and water conservation in the Pacific Northwest (id:ORC00000522)

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48. Soil defense in the Piedmont (id:ORC00000523)

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49. Strip cropping for soil conservation (id:ORC00000586)

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50. Conservation farming practices and flood control (id:CAT87207242)

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51. Strip cropping to prevent erosion (id:ORC00000591)

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52. Soil erosion a national menace (id:CAT87212611)

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53. Gullies : how to control and reclaim them (id:ORC00000364)

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54. Terracing farm lands (id:ORC00000527)

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55. The control of blowing soils (id:ORC00000154)

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56. Experiment station work, XLIX : conservation of soil resources, fig culture in the South, potato breeding, mushroom growing, disk-harrowing alfalfa, preserving wild mushrooms, the Montreal muskmelon, cooking beans and other vegetables, storage of hubbard squash, a model kitchen (id:ORC00000121)

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57. The conservation of natural resources (id:ORC00000116)

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58. Renovation of worn-out soils (id:ORC00000079)

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59. Fire, landscapes and water quality (id:7052438)