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Applied systems approach to wind erosion control engineering model

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Paul C Njoku, PI Anyanwu, Archna Swati Njoku

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.1( 6), 179-183, December 2011


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This study deals with the supplied systems approach to wind erosion and control engineering. Many humid regions of the world are damaged by wind erosion, wind distribution with height; wind erosion types, mechanics and control engineering, estimation of wind have been treated.


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Applied systems approach to wind erosion control engineering model

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