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6038. Sauchyn, D.J.. 1989. Mapping and analysis of soil degredation in southern Saskatchewan. Dept. of Geography, U. Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Interpretation of soils maps for soil degredation data is inadequate because they lack information on climate, slope length, slope aspect, and land cover. This study describes application of geographic information systems and remote sensing to assessment of erosion, non-point pollution and agricultural use of marginal land.

6047. Sauchyn, D.J.. 1989. Evaluation and mapping of non-point source pollution with ARC/INF. Dept. of Geography, U. of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
This paper demonstrates the combined use of a runoff / erosion / pollution model and a geographic information system to evaluate and map the hydrologic and geomorphic responses of a small watershed to a single rainstorm. T: Many.

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