I. LAND CLASSIFICATION FOR WATERSHED MANAGEMENT by K.F.S.King, FAO, Rome.
II. THE INTEGRATED WATERSHED APPROACH FOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PORMULATION by T. Eren, FAO, Thailand.
III. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS AND FORESTRY ACTIVITIES by H.L. Teller, Unesco, Paris.
IV. EVALUATING RESULTS OF CONSERVATION PROJECTS by CTFT, France.
V. APPLICATION OF REMOTE SENSING TO WATERSHED MANAGEMET by A. Rango, NASA, USA.
VI. EVALUATION OF EROSION CONDITIONS AND TRENDS by T. Dunne, University of Washington.
1. Introduction2. Measurement of erosion by sediment yields from basins4. Summary5. Acknowledgements
VII. METHODS OF SOIL EROSION MONITORING POR IMPROVED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT IN TANZANIA by A. Rapp, SIES, Sweden.
VIII. PREDICTING SOIL LOSSES DUE TO SHEET AND RILL EROSION by H.M.J. Arnoldus, FAO, Rome.
IX. PROCEDURES FOR DETERMINING RATES OF LAND DAMAGE, LAND DEPRECIATION AND VOLUME OF SEDIMENT PRODUCED BY GULLY EROSION by USSCS.
X. USE OF RUNOFF PLOTS TO EVALUATE SOIL LOSS by M. Djorovic, Instituto for Forestry and Wood Industry, Yugoslavia.
XI, PROTECTION OF CULTIVATED SLOPES - TERRACING STEEP SLOPES IN HUMID REGIONS by T.C. Sheng, FAO, Jamaica.
1. Introduction2. Kind of terraces: their specifications and applications3. Planting, surveying and staking4. Construction of terraces5. Waterways and road requirements7. Costs and benefits
XII, GULLY CONTROL STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS by B.H. Heede, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station Arizona.
XIII. LOGGING AND THE ENVIRONMENT, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO SOIL AND STREAM PROTECTION IN TROPICAL RAINFOREST SITUATIONS by D.A. Gilmour, Forestry Office, Queensland, Australia
XIV. REDUCING EROSIONAL IMPACTS OF ROADS by W.F. Megahan, Intermoutain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Utah
XV. WATERSHED ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS by G. Singh, India
XVI. FOREST MANAGEMENT TO MINIMIZE LANDSLIDE RISK by R.M. Rice, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station
XVII. WATTLING AND STAKING by T.C. Sheng, FAO, Jamaica