Part 4- Design of gulley control interventions

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This is the final lesson in our 4-part series on soil and water conservation. In this lesson, we will look at:
Overview of gulley formation
Areas of concern due to gulley erosion
Factors affecting gulley formation
Principles of gulley control
Criteria for selecting gulley control measures
Types of gulley control structures
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1. Gulleys are formed when runoff is channeled through a groove, which deepens over time to form a head with steep slopes
2. Gulleys are classified as either small, medium or large depending on their depth, volume of discharge
3. When designing gulley control interventions, due consideration should be given to the source of the runoff
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