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The crucial aim of the present study is to investigate the possibility of using soil magnetic susceptibility (MS) for the correction of the results of erosion modelling. The studies were performed on the example of the typical chernozems of Forest-Steppe of Ukraine. We used the magnetic techniques, agrochemical, statistical, and mathematical modelling of the erosion processes. The example of the chernozem soil studies illustrated the possibility of using soil magnetic susceptibility data for the improving and correction of the results of mathematical modelling of the erosion processes. According to the obtained data we recommended to include the magnetic susceptibility measurement to the algorithm of the calculation of the soil coefficients. The soil erosion models are related to the distribution of MS values.

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