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  • Evaluation of the simple setting theory for predicting sediment deposition by overland flow
  • Experiments were conducted in the laboratory to evaluate the influence of sediment concentration, sediment grain-size distribution, bed slope and flow discharge on sediment deposition rates and patterns associated with a reduction in bed slope
  • . The experimental data clearly indicate that sediment deposition by overland flow is a very selective process. More specifically, this study investigates to what extent sediment deposition can be predicted using the simple settling theory for flows with a shear
  • Evaluation of the simple settling theory for predicting sediment deposition by overland flow
  • Experiments were conducted in the laboratory to evaluate the influence of sediment concentration, sediment grain-size distribution, bed slope and flow discharge on sediment deposition rates and patterns associated with a reduction in bed slope. More
  • specifically, the study investigates to what extent sediment deposition (both total mass and sediment quality) can be predicted using the simple theory for flows with a shear stress below the threshold value, and which modelling approach can best be used once
  • Algorithms to route flow over digital landscapes: a comparison and their implications for predicting ephemeral gullies
  • This study presents a sensitivity analysis of the soil erosion model LISEM, whereby not only the sensitivity to parameter values is considered, but attention is focused on the effects of process descriptions and the routing of overland flow
  • . As erosion models include a wide range of processes (i.e. rainfall, interception, surface storage, overland flow, soil erosion and deposition), this implies that only a relatively small fraction of all possible variations is explored here.
  • of the soil sublayers, measured after artificial wetting, is an adequate indicator of their resistance to concentrated flow erosion. Finally, testing of structural measures to control a gully associated with a bank reveals the potential of geosynthetics
  • A model, the Tillage-Controlled Runoff Pattern model (TCRP model) was developed to create a runoff pattern with flow in the direction of the plough-lines for all tilled fields within a catchment. The model needs a digital elevation model (DEM