Erosion and Sediment Transport Measurement in Rivers: Technological and Methodological Advances

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Jim Bogen, Tharan Fergus, D. E. Walling
IAHS, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 238 pages
 

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implications for the measurement and
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Turbiditycontrolled sampling for suspended sediment load estimation Jack Lewis
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Testing laserbased sensors for continuous in situ monitoring of suspended
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Continuous measurement of suspendedsediment discharge in rivers by use of
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Measuring suspended sediment characteristics using a LISSTST in an embanked
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Modelling and monitoring flow and suspended sediment transport in lowland
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Using environmental radionuclides as tracers in sediment budget investigations
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Sediment transport in agricultural catchmentsthe need for methods to trace
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Suspended and bed load sediment transport dynamics in two lowland UK
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Perspectives on bed load measurement P Ergenzinger C deJong
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Sampler size and sampling time affect bed load transport rates and particle sizes
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Event bed load yield measurement with load cell bed load traps and prediction of
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An assessment of the accuracy of the Spatial lntegration Method S1M for
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Bed load measurements with a new passive acoustic sensor Jim Bogen i
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Monitoring bed load transport using acoustic and magnetic devices
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Allen S Gottesfeld Jon Tunnicliffe
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Application of an improved PEEP system to bank erosion investigations on the
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Development of a sediment yield model for Ghana using sediment transport data
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