By William F. Ritter, Adel Shirmohammadi
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It does not predict deposition or sediment delivered from a field or end of slope, nor does it provide any information on the chemical-carrying capacity or enrichment ratio of the sediment generated by erosion. 3 THE SEDIMENT CONTINUITY EQUATION Process-based models of erosion have a distinct advantage over current empirical models of erosion for use in nonpoint source pollution applications because they are generally designed to provide estimates of spatial and temporal distributions of both soil loss and net sediment deposition, sediment delivery rates and amounts from field and watershed areas, and the size distribution of the sediment generated and delivered off-site.
Agricultural nonpoint source pollution : watershed management and hydrology by William F. Ritter, Adel Shirmohammadi