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The use of SfM-photogrammetry to quantify and understand gully degradation at the temporal scale of rainfall events : an example from the Ethiopian drylands

Wouter Lannoeye (UGent) , Cornelis Stal (UGent) , Etefa Guyassa Dinssa (UGent) , Amanuel Zenebe, Jan Nyssen (UGent) and Amaury Frankl (UGent)
(2016) PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 37(6). p.430-451
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multitemporal, PhotoScan, Digital elevation model (DEM), gully head cut, revised universal soil loss equation, volume

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Lannoeye, Wouter, Cornelis Stal, Etefa Guyassa Dinssa, Amanuel Zenebe, Jan Nyssen, and Amaury Frankl. 2016. “The Use of SfM-photogrammetry to Quantify and Understand Gully Degradation at the Temporal Scale of Rainfall Events : an Example from the Ethiopian Drylands.” Physical Geography 37 (6): 430–451.
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Lannoeye, W., Stal, C., Dinssa, E. G., Zenebe, A., Nyssen, J., & Frankl, A. (2016). The use of SfM-photogrammetry to quantify and understand gully degradation at the temporal scale of rainfall events : an example from the Ethiopian drylands. PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, 37(6), 430–451.
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Lannoeye W, Stal C, Dinssa EG, Zenebe A, Nyssen J, Frankl A. The use of SfM-photogrammetry to quantify and understand gully degradation at the temporal scale of rainfall events : an example from the Ethiopian drylands. PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 2016;37(6):430–51.
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Lannoeye, Wouter, Cornelis Stal, Etefa Guyassa Dinssa, et al. “The Use of SfM-photogrammetry to Quantify and Understand Gully Degradation at the Temporal Scale of Rainfall Events : an Example from the Ethiopian Drylands.” PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 37.6 (2016): 430–451. Print.
@article{8132125,
  author       = {Lannoeye, Wouter and Stal, Cornelis and Dinssa, Etefa Guyassa and Zenebe, Amanuel and Nyssen, Jan and Frankl, Amaury},
  issn         = {0272-3646},
  journal      = {PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY},
  keyword      = {multitemporal,PhotoScan,Digital elevation model (DEM),gully head cut,revised universal soil loss equation,volume},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {430--451},
  title        = {The use of SfM-photogrammetry to quantify and understand gully degradation at the temporal scale of rainfall events : an example from the Ethiopian drylands},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02723646.2016.1234197},
  volume       = {37},
  year         = {2016},
}

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