Definition of Erodible

1. Adjective. Capable of eroding ¹



2. Adjective. Capable of being eroded ¹

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Definition of Erodible

1. erosible [adj] - See also: erosible

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Erodible

ernestful
ernienickelite
erniggliite
erning
erns
ernstite
erodable
erode
eroded
erodent
erodents
erodes
erodibilities
erodibility
erodible (current term)
eroding
erodium
erodiums
erogation
erogations
erogenicity
erogenous zones
eromenoi

Literary usage of Erodible

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Regulation of Rivers by John Lane Van Ornum (1914)
"CHAPTER VII THE PROTECTION OF erodible BANKS 60. ... There are two particular reasons for protecting erodible river banks in the interest of its navigation; ..."

2. The Regulation of Rivers by John Lane Van Ornum (1914)
"CHAPTER VII THE PROTECTION OF erodible BANKS 60. The Purposes Served by Bank Protection.—The term bank protection, in its general sense, refers to works ..."

3. Soil Conservation: An Assessment of the National Resources Inventory by National Research Council Staff, National Research Council, Board on Agriculture (1986)
"This group of USDA soil scientists and analysts evaluated six major options for classifying erodible soils. The recommended option uses the soil loss ..."

4. Valuing Rural Amenities by United States Dept. of Agriculture (2000)
"Only one innovation over the original CRP of the 1950's was adopted for the new CRP: enrolment was targeted to highly erodible land ..."

5. Agricultural Resources & Environmental Indicators edited by Margot Anderson (1998)
"Highly erodible lands are more vulnerable to soil quality problems, ... Highly erodible land (HEL) is defined by USDA as cropland with a natural erosion ..."

6. Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering by Joan Burrelli, Carolyn Arena, Carolyn Shettle, Deborah Fort (1998)
"Highly erodible lands are more vulnerable to soil quality problems, ... Highly erodible land (HEL) is defined by USDA as cropland with a natural erosion ..."

7. The Regulation of Rivers by John Lane Van Ornum (1914)
"CHAPTER VII THE PROTECTION OF erodible BANKS 60. ... There are two particular reasons for protecting erodible river banks in the interest of its navigation; ..."

8. The Regulation of Rivers by John Lane Van Ornum (1914)
"CHAPTER VII THE PROTECTION OF erodible BANKS 60. The Purposes Served by Bank Protection.—The term bank protection, in its general sense, refers to works ..."

9. Soil Conservation: An Assessment of the National Resources Inventory by National Research Council Staff, National Research Council, Board on Agriculture (1986)
"This group of USDA soil scientists and analysts evaluated six major options for classifying erodible soils. The recommended option uses the soil loss ..."

10. Valuing Rural Amenities by United States Dept. of Agriculture (2000)
"Only one innovation over the original CRP of the 1950's was adopted for the new CRP: enrolment was targeted to highly erodible land ..."

11. Agricultural Resources & Environmental Indicators edited by Margot Anderson (1998)
"Highly erodible lands are more vulnerable to soil quality problems, ... Highly erodible land (HEL) is defined by USDA as cropland with a natural erosion ..."

12. Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering by Joan Burrelli, Carolyn Arena, Carolyn Shettle, Deborah Fort (1998)
"Highly erodible lands are more vulnerable to soil quality problems, ... Highly erodible land (HEL) is defined by USDA as cropland with a natural erosion ..."

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