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Evaluation of the bank stability and toe erosion model (BSTEM) for predicting lateral retreat on composite streambanks
Abstract Streambank erosion is known to be a major source of sediment in streams and rivers. The Bank Stability and Toe Erosion Model (BSTEM) was developed in order to predict streambank retreat due
Trapping phosphorus in runoff with a phosphorus removal structure.
TLDR
Phosphorus was removed more efficiently during low flow rate irrigation events with a high retention time than during high flow rate rainfall Events with a low retention time, suggesting the need for an overall model that can predict structure performance based on individual material properties.
PREFERENTIAL FLOW EFFECTS ON SUBSURFACECONTAMINANT TRANSPORT IN ALLUVIAL FLOODPLAINS
For sorbing contaminants, transport from upland areas to surface water systems is typically considered to be due to surface runoff, with negligible input from subsurface transport assumed. However,
USING RAPID GEOMORPHIC ASSESSMENTS TO ASSESS STREAMBANK STABILITY IN OKLAHOMA OZARK STREAMS
High streambank erosion and failure rates on streams in the Ozark ecoregion of Oklahoma may be attributed to land use change and degradation of riparian areas. Numerous benefits may be achieved from
In Situ Soil Pipeflow Experiments on Contrasting Streambank Soils
Abstract. Soil piping has been attributed as a potential mechanism of instability of embankments and streambanks. Limited field work has been conducted on quantifying and modeling pipeflow and
The hydraulic conductivity structure of gravel-dominated vadose zones within alluvial floodplains
The floodplains of many gravel-bed streams have a general stratigraphy that consists of a layer of topsoil covering gravel-dominated subsoil. Previous research has demonstrated that this stratigraphy
Identifying Advantages and Disadvantages of Variable Rate Irrigation: An Updated Review
Variable rate irrigation (VRI) sprinklers on mechanical move irrigation systems (center pivot or lateral move) have been commercially available since 2004. Although the number of VRI, zone or
Evaluation of variable rate irrigation using a remote-sensing-based model
Improvements in soil water balance modeling can be beneficial for optimizing irrigation management to account for spatial variability in soil properties and evapotranspiration (ET). A
Pumpage Reduction by Using Variable-Rate Irrigation to Mine Undepleted Soil Water
Conventional irrigation schedules are typically based on portions of the field where root zones hold the least available soil water. This leaves undepleted available water in areas with larger water
Numerically predicting seepage gradient forces and erosion: Sensitivity to soil hydraulic properties
summary Research has suggested that streambank seepage can be an important mechanism of bank instability; however, limited information is available on the level of soil characterization necessary to
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