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Interactions between sediment storage and bed material transport: A field and flume studyAuthor(s): Bonnie J. Smith; Thomas E. Lisle; Diane G. Sutherland; Sue Hilton; Harvey M. Kelsey; Eileen M. Cashman
Source: Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 83(47): F532.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionSignificant channel aggradation events have occurred in numerous coastal northern California watersheds over the past 50 years, leaving lasting impacts on stream channel morphology and habitats. Our study focuses on sediment movement and channel morphology following large aggradation events and specifically focuses on the relationship between volume of stored sediment and bed material transport rates
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CitationSmith, Bonnie J.; Lisle, Thomas E.; Sutherland, Diane G.; Hilton, Sue; Kelsey, Harvey M.; Cashman, Eileen M. 2002. Interactions between sediment storage and bed material transport: A field and flume study. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 83(47): F532.
KeywordsPSW4351, Cuneo Creek, Eel River, sediment movement, channel morphology, bed material transport rate
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