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  • Juan Francisco Martínez-Murillo
  • José Damián Ruiz Sinoga
Juan Francisco Martínez-Murillo
José Damián Ruiz Sinoga
Vol. 1 Núm. 28 (2006): Baetica, Histórico, Páginas 435-465
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/BAETICA.2006.v1i28.268
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En una ladera representativa de los Montes de Málaga, de antiguo manejo agrícola y actualmente cubierta por vegetación de matorral, se han medido las variaciones estacionales de la generación de escorrentía y la emisión de sedimentos en los distintos ambientes que conforman su sistema eco-geomorfológico. Ello fue llevado a cabo mediante dos técnicas: 1) simulaciones de lluvia realizadas en octubre de 2004 (inicio de la estación hidrodinámica activa) y marzo 2005 (mediados de la estación hidrodinámica activa), y 2) seguimiento de la afección de eventos de lluvia reales en parcelas cerradas de diferentes longitudes. Los resultados ofrecen unas variaciones estacionales considerables: i) predominio de las condiciones favorables para la generación de escorrentía en otoño, por la presencia de un suelo extremadamente seco tras el
verano, mostrando síntomas de hidrofobia; y ii) predominio de la infiltración a mediados de la estación húmeda una vez que el suelo fue humedeciéndose a lo largo de ésta.

 

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