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Runoff Sediment Yield and Placers
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aggradation alluvial fan alluvium alternate bars bank erosion baselevel lowering baselevel was lowered basin outlet bedrock bend braided channel channel incision channel morphology concentration controlled cross section decreased degradation deposition depth downcutting downfan downstream drainage basin drainage density drainage network effect episodic eroded evolution experimental studies experiments fan apex fan delta fan surface fanhead trenching FIGURE first-order streams floodplain flume fluvial fan geomorphic geomorphology gradient headcut headward incised channel increased kaolinite L/sec landforms longitudinal profile magnetite main channel maximum extension midfan Mosley mudflow fan network development network growth nickpoint migration observed occurred Parker placer processes produced progradation reach relative result river river morphology runoff sand Schumm sediment discharge sediment load sediment production sediment yield sinuosity source area steeper straight channel streamflow subsidence Table tectonic terraces thalweg transport tributaries uplift upstream valley slope variables vertical watershed Weaver width Zone