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  • Fluvial palaeohydrology : the morphometric contribution
  • Palaeohydrological reconstructions achieved from palaeoclimatic conditions and palaeochannel morphology for southern Hebei, the North China Plain
  • The application of palaeohydrology in river management
  • Aquatic ecosystem ; Europe ; Flood ; Fluvial dynamics ; Hydraulic works ; Palaeohydrology ; Riparian vegetation ; Stream
  • This paper reviews recent changes in river management. These changes are characterised by a move from the notion of rivers as stable equilibrium forms to one of dynamic responsive ecosystems. Palaeohydrology is shown to be capable of providing
  • important and relevant information to river managers. Furthermore a series of emerging frameworks for incorporating geomorphology in river management exist wherein palaeohydrological data and analysis can be directly interfaced with the river management
  • Degrees of separation : hillslope-channel coupling and the limits of palaeohydrological reconstruction
  • Floodplain ; Hydrology ; Model ; Palaeoclimate ; Palaeohydrology ; River bed ; Scenario ; Slope gradient ; Watershed
  • This paper aims to discuss the limitations of developing potential transfer functions for palaeohydrological reconstructions of climate records in 2 linked ways. First, the effective of hillslope-channel coupling will be assessed to evaluate
  • Palaeohydrology of the Seim River basin, Mid-Russian Upland, based on palaeochannel morphology and palynological data
  • Channel geometry ; Climatic variation ; Dnieper ; European part of Russia ; Floodplain ; Glaciation ; Meander ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeohydrology ; Palynology ; Pollen diagram ; Quaternary ; Stream ; Watershed
  • This paper is aimed at analysis of the palaeoenvironmental conditions and causes for the palaeohydrological changes, and palaeohydrological reconstruction in the Seim River basin since the Late Pleniglacial. The Seim River system drains the western
  • Palaeohydrologic conditions in the Mark River basin during the last 15.000 years
  • of palaeomorphologic features and sedimentary units in different parts of the basin was reconstructed. This, together with the radiocarbon datings, offers an insight into Holocene palaeohydrologic conditions in the Mark River floodplain. The influence of prevailing
  • Water discharges determined from sediment distributions : a palaeohydrological method
  • Geochronology ; Grain size distribution ; Holocene ; Model ; Palaeohydrology ; Quaternary ; Runoff ; Sedimentology ; Suspended load ; Sweden ; Varves
  • Late quaternary palaeohydrological changes in the upper Purus basin, southwestern Amazonia, Brazil
  • Amazon Basin ; Brazil ; Climate ; Environment ; Fluvial hydrology ; Holocene ; Hydrology ; Meander ; Palaeohydrology ; Pleistocene ; Savanna ; Tropical rain forest
  • Evidence of quaternary palaeohydrological changes in middle Amazonia : the Aripuanã-Roosevelt and Jiparaná fans
  • Alluvium ; Amazon Basin ; Brazil ; Fluvial hydrology ; Palaeohydrology ; Quaternary ; Sedimentary
  • Extreme event in the last 200 years in the Upper Vistula Basin : their palaeohydrological implications
  • Palaeohydrology and environmental change
  • Exceptional event ; Hydrology ; Palaeogeography ; Palaeohydrology ; Poland ; Precipitation ; Upper valley ; Wisła
  • Palaeohydrologic conditions and geomorphic processes during the Postglacial in the Palatine Upper Rhine river floodplain
  • Flood ; Floodplain ; Germany ; Meander ; Mollusca ; Palaeohydrology ; Palynology ; Peat ; Pollen diagram ; Postglacial ; Quaternary ; Rhine ; Rhineland-Palatinate ; Sedimentology ; Stratigraphy
  • Stratigraphic, palynological, sedimentological, geophysical and mollusc analyses of 3 peat cores from palaeomeanders in the floodplain of the Southern Palatine Upper Rhine river valley were used to reconstruct interrelations between palaeohydrologic
  • The morphology and palaeohydrology of a submerged glaciofluvial channel emerging from Waterford Harbour onto the nearshore continental shelf of the Celtic Sea
  • Atlantic Ocean ; Channel ; Channel geometry ; Fluvioglacial features ; Geophysics ; Ireland ; Marine seismic prospection ; Meltwater ; North Atlantic Ocean ; Palaeohydrology ; Sea floor ; Submarine geomorphology
  • Holocene landscape history and palaeohydrology evidenced by stable carbon isotope (δ C 13)analysis of alluvial sediments in the Mbari valley (5°N/23°E), Central African Republic
  • Boundary ; Carbon ; Central African Republic ; Drainage network ; Holocene ; Isotope analysis ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeohydrology ; Runoff ; Savanna ; Tropical rain forest ; Vegetation
  • Channel geometry ; Flood ; Fluvial processes ; India ; Maharashtra ; Palaeohydrology ; Pedogenesis ; Sediment filling ; Sedimentary structure ; Watershed
  • an example of small scale avulsion from the Quaternary alluvial deposits of the Tapti river basin, and discuss the palaeohydrologic significance.
  • Palaeohydrology of the rivers Ivalojoki and Oulankajoki, Finland
  • Channel geometry ; Fluvial terrace ; Germany ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Hydraulic works ; Meander ; Model ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Palaeohydrology ; River bed ; Stream
  • is a special case of anthropogenic influence that might be an interesting addition to previous studies of human impacts on palaeohydrology, channel change and valley floor development (Gregory, 1995; Brown, 1996; Kalicki,1996).
  • Flood ; Fluvial dynamics ; France ; Geoarchaeology ; Holocene ; Palaeoclimate ; Palaeohydrology ; Rhône ; Roman era ; Stream
  • . analyse the palaeohydrological functioning of the lower Rhone valley between the 2nd century BC and the 2nd century AD as well as discuss its palaeoclimatic significance in relation to the upper and middle river valley.
  • Trace elements in alluvia of the upper Vistula as indicators of palaeohydrology
  • Discharge ; Flood ; Model ; Natural hazards ; Palaeohydrology ; Perception ; Thailand ; Watershed
  • for calibration of Manning's n within the hydraulic model. The results significantly increase the perception of flood risk for the area, and this palaeohydrological case study represents the first for the region.
  • Alluvial cone ; Coastal environment ; Drainage ; Fluvial processes ; Namibia ; Palaeogeomorphology ; Palaeohydrology ; Stream