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Gully erosion is the extreme stage of soil erosion. It is the process by which soil is removed by surface water runoff along the drainage lines, forming deep channels. Gully erosion washes away the fertile soil, making the soil unproductive. However, this can change with good gully management strategies which are found in documents provided on this websites.

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Stabilizing Gully Walls and Bottoms with Deflectors and Trees, Oklahoma Forestry Services

Low Cost Gully Control Using Fiber Mat and Trees, Oklahoma Forestry Services

Side Gully Control Using Trees, Hand Labor, Rocks and Other Materials, Oklahoma Forestry Services

Sustainable Land, Controlling Gully Erosion With Debris Dams, Hawke Bay Regional Council

Gully Erosion Part 1, Gully Erosion and Its Causes, Catchment and Creek Pty Ltd, Australia

Gully Erosion Part 2, Assessment and Treatment Option, Catchments and Creek Pty Ltd, Australia

Gully Erosion, Queensland Government Natural Resources and Water, Australia


Technical Supplement Gullies and Their Control, Natural Resource Conservation Service U.S.

A Landholder's Guide to Preventing and Repairing Soil Erosion (see chapter 5: Managing Gullies, Tunnels, and Mass Movement), Australia

Gully Erosion and Its Control, Queensland Government

Gully Toolbox, Department of Environment, Australia


Tackling Gully Erosion Using The Battering Technique

How to fix an Erosion Washout

Gully Erosion On Sand Northland Regional Council, New Zealand