Introduction As we know, the “Critical Zone” is the zone that extends from the vegetation outer limits to the lower limits of groundwater. This zone is important for all life on the Earth. It provides most of the ecosystem services on which societies depend. In this case, erosion processes are dangerous enough for the Critical Zone and they must be timely identified.
The erosion is a quite dangerous geological process, as it leads to rather unfortunate consequences (for example, structural failure, displacement, shrinkage of the foundation, and some others). This process leads to the destruction of the rocks (soils) ...