|Title:||The probabilistic nature of soil formation and erosion on mathematically modeled deflation processes|
|Authors:||Burjak, D. V.|
Lisetskiy, F. N.
|Citation:||Burjak, D.V. The probabilistic nature of soil formation and erosion on mathematically modeled deflation processes / D. V. Burjak, F. N. Lisetskiy // Proceedings of an International Workshop on Soil Erosion, Moscow, Russia, September 20-24, 1993 / The Center for Technology Transfer and Pollution Prevention, Purdue University ; ed. by G.A. Larionov, M.A. Nearing. - West Lafayette, IN, 1994. - P. 400-406.|
|Abstract:||The problem of construction of dynamic model based on the data obtained from a finite time interval has been developed to form the most authentic representation of the process development to which these data are related, i.e., of its basic characteristics. New approach employing modem methods of spectral estimation has been used to solve stated problem|
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