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  • Slope Measurement and Area Estimation for Hydraulic Applications

    THE SLOPE GRADIENT FACTORFig. 1. Burned slopes above Pala Mesa Resort in Fallbrook, CA in 2007. The area to be treated was estimated using a combination of aerial photographs and topographic maps.For determining square footage of an area to be treated with hydraulic mulch, slope length and width can be determined using a measuring tape or wheel… ...
    Posted to White Papers (Forum) by mikeharding on February 4, 2010
  • Slope Inclination Conversion Table

    We all tend to describe the steepness of slopes in different ways. Some of the most common descriptors are:       1. Degree of inclination (i.e., 26.87°, 18.43°, etc.)       2. Percentage of vertical rise over horizontal run (i.e., 50%, 33.3%, ...
    Posted to White Papers (Forum) by mikeharding on February 4, 2010
  • Slope Measurement and Area Estimation for Hydraulic Applications

    THE SLOPE GRADIENT FACTORFig. 1. Burned slopes above Pala Mesa Resort in Fallbrook, CA in 2007. The area to be treated was estimated using a combination of aerial photographs and topographic maps.For determining square footage of an area to be treated with hydraulic mulch, slope length and width can be determined using a measuring tape or wheel… ...
    Posted to Erosion Control Information (Forum) by mikeharding on February 4, 2010
  • Slope Inclination Conversion Table

    We all tend to describe the steepness of slopes in different ways. Some of the most common descriptors are:       1. Degree of inclination (i.e., 26.87°, 18.43°, etc.)       2. Percentage of vertical rise over horizontal run (i.e., 50%, 33.3%, ...
    Posted to Erosion Control Information (Forum) by mikeharding on February 4, 2010
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