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The fate of large sediment inputs in rivers: Implications for watershed and waterway managementAuthor(s): Thomas E. Lisle
Source: AEG News 43(4): 99.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionValued resources in and along stream channels are commonly many river miles downstream of large sediment inputs such as landslides. Evaluating and predicting the arrival, severity, and duration of sediment impacts thus requires an understanding of how river channels digest elevated sediment loads.
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CitationLisle, Thomas E. 2000. The fate of large sediment inputs in rivers: Implications for watershed and waterway management. AEG News 43(4): 99.
KeywordsPSW4351, stream channels, sediment, landslides, watershed, aggradation, numerial modeling
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