Sediment Transfer Through the Fluvial System: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held at Moscow, Russia, from 2 to 6 August, 2004

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Valentin Golosov, Vladimir Belyaev, D. E. Walling
IAHS, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 498 pages
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Contents

Climateinduced and localscale erosion and sedimentation features in small
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Bruces
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Temporal and spatial interactions of slope and catchment processes in the Central
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The role of pipe erosion and slopewash in sediment redistribution in small
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Change of fluvial sediment transport rates after a high magnitude debris flow
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Identification of sediment sources in a small rural drainage basin
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a
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Erosion in basin geosystems of the Middle Volga from a landscape analysis
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The relationship between sediment yield and catchment characteristics in the
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an Ecuadorian
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The grain size characteristics of overbank deposits on the flood plains of British
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vestiges of hydraulic gold
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The assessment of Ukrainian riverbed deformation Alexandr G Obodovsky
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Analysis of coarse sediment connectivity in semiarid river channels J M Hooke
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some preliminary results from
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E Walling G J L Leeks
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Using Cs137 measurements and reservoir deposits to investigate the effects of
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Validating the use of caesium137 measurements to estimate erosion rates in
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Process interaction and sediment delivery in the Pleiser Hiigelland Germany
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Applying various methods for assessing soil and sediment redistribution within
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a nationalscale approach D E Walling
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Landocean sediment transfer in palaeotimes and implications for presentday
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Recent trends in turbidity and suspended sediment loads in the Murrumbidgee
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Soil erosion suspended sediment sources and deposition in the MawKiSyiem
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A sediment budget for the Herbert River Catchment North Queensland Australia
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The impact of erosion protection work on sediment transport in the River
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Sources of fine grained sediment in incised and unincised channels Jugiong
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the
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Drainage basin controls on geochemical heterogeneity of modern stream
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The relationship between sediment yield and drainage basin area Alexei Dedkov
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Morphological expressions of river sediment transport and their role in channel
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Annunziato Siviglia Bianca Federici Ignazio Beechi Massimo Rinaldi
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Bednarczyk Arthur RadeckiPawlik Przemyslaw Bar an
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Probability distribution function approach in stochastic modelling of soil erosion
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a basic equation and influence of bed load
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Spatial modelling of debris flows in an alpine drainage basin Volker Wichmann
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Using computer modelling for regulation of sediment transport under hydraulic
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A particle tracking method to simulate sediment transfer over flood plains
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Monitoring suspended sediment and associated trace element and nutrient fluxes
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Transport and retention of copper fungicides in vineyards Marcel Van Der Perk
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Soil erosion nutrient migration and surface water pollution in Russia
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Transport of phosphorus wash load and suspended sediment in the River Varde
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Spatial distribution of particulate phosphorus forms in the Slave River Delta
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Key word index
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