Economic effects of agricultural land-use management on soil erosion and farm income in the Obion-Forked Deer River Basin

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Water Resources Research Center, University of Tennessee , [Knoxville]
Soil erosion -- Tennessee -- Obion River Watershed., Soil erosion -- Tennessee -- Forked Deer River Watershed., Farm income -- Tennessee -- Obion River Watershed., Farm income -- Tennessee -- Forked Deer River Watershed., Cropping systems -- Tennessee -- Obion River Watershed., Cropping systems -- Tennessee -- Forked Deer River Watershed., Soil conservation -- Tennessee -- Obion River Watershed., Soil conservation -- Tennessee -- Forked Deer River Watershed., Obion River Watershed (Tenn.) -- Economic conditions., Forked Deer River Watershed (Tenn.) -- Economic condit

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Obion River Watershed (Tenn.), Forked Deer River Watershed (Tenn.), Tennessee, Obion River Watershed., Forked Deer River Water

Other titlesEconomic effects of agricultural land-use management ...
StatementM. B. Badenhop, principal investigator, Rodney M. Thomsen, graduate research assistant.
SeriesResearch report - Water Resources Research Center, University of Tennessee ; no. 49, Research report (University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Water Resources Research Center) ;, no. 49.
ContributionsThomsen, Rodney M., joint author.
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LC ClassificationsS624.T2 B3
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Paginationiv, 61 leaves :
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Open LibraryOL4694540M
LC Control Number77621038