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  • Channel incision and flow increase of the upper Wisłoka River, southern Poland, subsequent to the reafforestation of its catchment
  • This study of channel and streamflow changes of the upper Wisłoka River following catchment reafforestation has two main aims : first to present and explain the channel transformation and to demonstrate its influence on hydraulic and sedimentary
  • processes in the river; and second, to give an explanation of the increase in its streamflow.
  • Channel evolution of the pre-channelized Danube River in Bratislava, Slovakia (1712-1886)
  • Channel adjustments of the Danube River near Bratislava are reconstructed from historical river maps for 1712-1886, the period preceding mid-course channelization. The study reach comprised an anastomosing-meandering planform, characteristic
  • of the upper area of a large alluvial fan. The key mechanisms of channel change were avulsions through channel switching into chute channels, meander development through progression and cutoffs, and abandonment of secondary channels. The gravel-bed Danube River
  • Mediated equilibrium : the influence of riparian vegetation and wood on the long-term evolution and behaviour of a near-pristine river
  • Analysis of the contemporary geomorphology, vegetation and in-channel wood within the relatively pristine Thurra River in southeastern Australia provides insight into river behaviour prior to European disturbance. Sedimentological evidence is used
  • to place contemporary channel dynamics within a 16 ka evolutionary framework. The morphology and evolution of the Thurra River are appraised in terms of mediated equilibrium condition, in which channel capacity, hydraulics, bedload transport rates, bank
  • Causes of 20th century channel narrowing in mountain and piedmont rivers of southeastern France
  • The aim of this study is to review the different observations made on wide gravel-bed rivers and small streams in the mountains and piedmont of southeastern France to determine the respective influence of basin and valley-floor scale controls
  • Modelling land use changes and their impact on soil erosion and sediment supply to rivers
  • Changes in sediment sources and floodplain deposition rates in the catchment of the River Tweed, Scotland, over the last 100 years : the impact of climate and land use change
  • rates and sediment sources and the trends shown by precipitation, weather pattern and river flow records over the past 100 years.
  • , and possibly even earlier, the Glubczyce Plateau has been a deforested region. Despite the mountainous character of the headwater area of rivers in the Eastern Sudety foreland, sediment transfer from sub-mountainous loess-covered uplands, induced by human
  • and flat valley bottoms covered with grass function as a barrier separating the slope and the river bed.