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  • Catchment size and contribution of the largest daily events to suspended sediment load on a continental scale
  • The AA. used 2 massive datasets of daily suspended sediment load facilitated by the United States Geological Survey (i.e. USGS Ancillary database), and the Hydrological Service of Canada (i.e. HYDAT dataset). The whole study area covers most
  • contribution of different n-largest aggregated daily events on total suspended sediment load decreases as catchment size increases. This is a general pattern and means that, for instance, time compression of suspended load is exacerbated in small catchments
  • ; hence, relatively few events are the key to explain the catchment sediment export. In addition, the relative contribution of the n-largest daily event to the suspended sediment load seems to be independent of climate conditions in small catchments.
  • [a2] Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ., Exeter, Royaume-Uni
  • [a2] Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ., Exeter, Royaume-Uni
  • [a2] Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ., Exeter, Royaume-Uni
  • [a2] Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ., Exeter, Royaume-Uni
  • [a2] Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ., Exeter, Royaume-Uni
  • [a2] Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ., Exeter, Royaume-Uni
  • [a2] Geography, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ., Exeter, Royaume-Uni