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  • Channel adjustments, bedload transport and sediment sources in a gravel-bed river, Brenta River, Italy
  • Multi-scale characterization and evolution of channel forms in gravel-bed rivers
  • This paper deals with the Brenta River, a gravel-bed river strongly affected by human impact. The aims of this work are 1) to reconstruct the channel adjustments that have occurred during the last decades and 2) to analyse the present condition
  • of the river in terms of bedload transport and sediment sources. The study reach was investigated using historical maps, aerial photographs, monumented cross-sections, laser altimetry data and field survey. Bedload transport rates were estimated
  • by a morphological approach, which allows the construction of a sediment budget. The results should be taken into account in addressing sediment management and restoration along a dynamic and unstable river such as the Brenta.
  • Deposition and storage of fine-grained sediment within the main channel system of the River Tweed, Scotland
  • Special issue : Changing times-Changing rivers
  • Floodplain ; Geochemistry ; Isotope analysis ; River bed ; Scotland ; Sediment budget ; Sedimentation ; Stream ; Suspended load ; United Kingdom ; Watershed
  • This paper assesses the importance of deposition and storage of fine-grained (c.
  • Bed-material mobility in a large river below dams
  • Carrying capacity ; Channel geometry ; Dam ; Ebro ; Flood ; Hydraulic works ; Impact ; River bed ; Sediment load ; Spain ; Stream
  • The mobility of river-bed surface particles is examined in the lower Ebro River downstream from dams that were closed several decades ago. Mobility is analysed by comparing photographs of painted bed areas taken before and after the 2003-2004 flood
  • Quantitative morphodynamic typology of rivers : a methodological study based on the French Upper Rhine basin
  • Multi-scale characterization and evolution of channel forms in gravel-bed rivers
  • The AA. establish a quantitative functional hydrogeomorphological typology of river reference types in the French Upper Rhine basin with the requirements of the European Water Framework Directive, defined in terms of hydromorphological quality
  • and prospects for river restoration. Four ecoregions (i.e. hydrogeomorphic units) based on climate, relief, geology and landscape history, were delineated by expert opinion and validated by independent variables. Results for 2 ecoregions, marly calcareous loess
  • Ecosystem expansion and contraction dynamics along a large Alpine alluvial corridor (Tagliamento River, Northeast Italy)
  • Multi-scale characterization and evolution of channel forms in gravel-bed rivers
  • The AA. quantify large-scale expansion and contraction dynamics of surface waters along a braided section of the last remaining semi-natural large Alpine gravel-bed river (Tagliamento River). To assess surface-subsurface exchange patterns
  • Application of a 3D laser scanner in the assessment of erosion and deposition volumes and channel change in a proglacial river
  • Multi-scale characterization and evolution of channel forms in gravel-bed rivers
  • Multi-scale characterization and evolution of channel forms in gravel-bed rivers
  • Channel geometry ; Experimentation ; Gravel ; Longitudinal section ; Model ; River bed ; Stream
  • Multi-scale characterization and evolution of channel forms in gravel-bed rivers
  • digital elevation model (DEM) to be realized. Using case studies from the Ain and the Drôme Rivers in France, the accuracy of the results is presented and the various challenges associated with the new platform are discussed.
  • Multi-scale characterization and evolution of channel forms in gravel-bed rivers
  • Multi-scale characterization and evolution of channel forms in gravel-bed rivers