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A study was conducted between October 1974 and August 1976 to measure the effects of incremented surface soil depths on infiltration rates, potential sediment production, and chemical quality of runoff water. The treatments were incremental removals of 7.6-cm soil layers to a depth of 30.5 cm on two pinyon-juniper sites in Utah. Hydrologic parameters were measured at each 7.6~cm incremental soil depth using a Rocky Mountain infiltrometer. With one exception, no significant differences occurreddoi:10.2307/3898281 fatcat:o553n5gxb5dynawtgtpurfomee