Volume : 4, Issue : 5, MAY 2018

STUDY OF THE DEGREE OF DEVELOPMENT OF EROSION ON SLOPING LANDS OF AZERBAIJAN

PROF. RANS Z.H. ALIYEV

Abstract

The article considers the probability of the intensity of the erosion process and the prerequisites for its mitigation and control. The results of the research prove that soil erosion is based on natural and anthropogenic factors. The main objectives of the study were to determine the amount and level of development of worn and erosion-prone soils in the foothills of the country, where it is very difficult to develop on the slope soils of Upper Shirvani. Therefore, in this connection, the tasks are solved, taking into account the requirements of preserving the ecological situation in the example of the Shamakhi district of the Upper Shirvan zone of the Republic of Azerbaijan, where the areas of its potential danger are identified and the preconditions for its prevention are given.

Keywords

Erosion, Soil Erosion Degree; Eco; Erosion Event.

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