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Eroded soils require studies of their present condition, monitoring, and the development of the recommendations of their use. The aim of the present study is to show the prospects of applying of the combination of geophysical, geospatial, and soil science methods to assess eroded and erosion-hazardous lands. The result is expected to be the increase in the efficiency of their protection measures and land use management. At the presented results, there is a high correlation coefficient R2=0.87 between magnetic susceptibility (MS) and humus content. This makes it possible to bring the sampling density up to 2 pcs/ha, and obtain more detailed map of the soil erosion. The data on the spatial distribution of MS is the basis for the interpolation of values of humus content. The distribution of MS corresponds to the location of the main elements of the relief, the minimum values correspond to the beam mesh, the maximum to the undisturbed or redeposited soil. The integrating of the geophysical, optical, magnetic, electric, geospatial, and agrophysical methods to the algorithm of the eroded soil studies greatly extends the range of application fields. The obtained results are characterized by higher reliability, more accurate informative, and lower cost.

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