This study examines the watersheds in the Bastora river basin and builds a geographic model within ARC GIS software. The work was divided into three phases. The first phase was to obtain the results of 14 morphometric parameters to determine priorities, by using AHP model to extract the relative weights of the parameters. Then, these weights are adopted in building (SDI, TOPSIS and SAW) models to determine levels of priorities. The outputs were classified into five categories according to the degree of their susceptibility to erosion. The second phase includes creating another model to provide necessary data and tools for building the RUSLE model. The final phase validates of pairs of models (TOPSIS-RUSLE), (SDI-RUSLE), and (SAW-RUSLE) using least squares tool for comparison between the results. The results indicate a highly statistically significant relationship among all the previous pairs of models with clear preference recorded for (TOPSIS-RUSLE) models relationship.