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  • Fluvial adjustment of the Lower Jordan River to a drop in the Dead Sea level
  • Asia ; Channel geometry ; Dead Sea ; Downcutting ; Israel ; Jordan ; Longitudinal section ; Meander ; River bed ; Sea level ; Southwest Asia ; Stream
  • This paper examines the effects of base level lowering on the channel morphology of the southern end of the Lower Jordan River. The recent chronology and rate of channel changes through the lower reach of the river caused by the lowering of the base
  • Canadian river scientists made significant contributions to the early development (1960-80) of fluvial facies models, particularly to those for braided rivers. More recent Canadian studies (1980-92) have centred on understanding the facies
  • sedimentology of anastomosed and wandering gravel-bed rivers. The scale problems of facies analysis may be overcome by employing architectural element analysis in conjunction with modern geophysical methods such as shallow reflection seismology and ground
  • Determination of the sediment transport in an armoured gravel-bed river
  • -discharge (Qb/Q) relationships are determined by local bed-load transport in the Common Meuse. The survey data in the Common Meuse were analysed with a geographical information system (GIS) (ARC-INFO) to produce maps of the river-bed level. The subtraction
  • Bank erosion ; Carrying capacity ; Channel ; Comparative study ; Drôme ; France ; Idaho ; Land use ; Mining activity ; Rhône-Alpes ; River management ; Sediment load ; Sediment transport ; Stream ; United States of America ; Watershed
  • The catchments of Pine Creek, Idaho, USA, and the Drôme River in the Drôme Department, France, illustrate contrasting changes in land use, bedload sediment production, and channel response. After a brief presentation of the study areas
  • Toward a practical method for estimating sediment-transport rates in gravel-bed rivers
  • The dominance of dispersion in the evolution of bed material waves in gravel-bed rivers
  • The research questions discussed in this article are central to the understanding of fluvial processes in both sand- and gravel-bedded rivers. Prominent research themes are identified. The first is the use of fractal concepts in the study of fluvial
  • Experimentation ; Fluvial dynamics ; Fluvial erosion ; Loess ; Numerical model ; Porosity ; River bed ; Stream ; United States of America
  • supply from hillslopes. In response to this evolution, several channel changes are observed in mountain streams. The most active tributaries of the Eygues River are characterized mainly by high drainage density and poor vegetation cover linked