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  • Bed-material transport estimated from channel surveys: Vedder River, British Columbia
  • This study investigates the possibility to estimate bed-material bed-material transport by analysis of morphological changes along a river channel, by assessment of erosion and deposition in Vedder River, British Columbia.
  • Grain size along two gravel-bed rivers : statistical variation, spatial pattern and sedimentary links
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Fluvioglacial features ; Grain size distribution ; Least squares method ; Modelling ; River bed ; Sampling ; Sedimentology ; Spatial variation ; Stream
  • This paper analyses the spatial changes in grain size which occur along two upland gravel-bed rivers in northeastern British Columbia. The work is distinguished by the scope and resolution of the sampling programme. These distinctions are underlain
  • Bed-material transport estimated from channel morphodynamics : Chilliwack River, British Columbia
  • This study investigates the relation between channel changes, as mapped from aerial photography, and bed-material transport along Chilliwack River. Detailed mapping of channel features was completed for 5 dates between 1952 and 1991 using
  • Representing the landslide magnitude-frequency relation : Capilano river basin, British Columbia
  • of a future event at this site and its potential impact on Fraser River and sites upstream.
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Classification ; Fluvial dynamics ; Mountain ; River bed ; Stream
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Carrying capacity ; Flood ; Gravel ; Island ; Methodology ; Porosity ; River bed ; Sediment transport ; Stream ; Stream flow ; Tracer ; Vancouver
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Fluvial processes ; Grain size distribution ; Model ; River bed ; Sediment load ; Sediment transport ; Slope gradient ; Stochastic model ; Tracer
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Carrying capacity ; Experimentation ; Flood ; Grain size distribution ; River bed ; Sediment transport ; Sedimentary structure ; Stream ; Threshold