Lowland Floodplain Rivers: Geomorphological Perpectives
A collection of essays by international experts designed to reflect the holistic nature of the river valley. Examines the reach scale, channel dynamics, floodplain development and the relationship between channels, floodplains and man in a global context based on specific models. Emphasizes the requirements of the modeler and the necessity of detailed field observation.
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Modeling Channel Migration and Floodplain Sedimentation
T A Quine Department of Geography University of Exeter Exeter Devon
The Reversal Hypothesis and the Maintenance of RifflePool
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