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Measuring streambank erosion due to ground water seepage: correlation to bank pore water pressure, precipitation and stream stage
Limited information exists on one of the mechanisms governing sediment input to streams: streambank erosion by ground water seepage. The objective of this research was to demonstrate the importance
Modeling the Evolution of Incised Streams. II: Streambank Erosion
Incision and ensuing widening of alluvial stream channels is widespread in the midsouth and midwestern United States and represents an important form of channel adjustment. Streambanks have been
INFLUENCE OF TWO WOODY RIPARIAN SPECIES ON CRITICAL CONDITIONS FOR STREAMBANK STABILITY: UPPER TRUCKEE RIVER, CALIFORNIA 1
Over the past 35 years, a trend of decreasing water clarity has been documented in Lake Tahoe, attributable in part to the delivery of fine grained sediment emanating from upland and channel erosion.
Three‐dimensional flow structure and bed morphology in large elongate meander loops with different outer bank roughness characteristics
Few studies have examined the three‐dimensional flow structure and bed morphology within elongate loops of large meandering channels. The present study focuses on the spatial patterns of
Modification of meander migration by bank failures
Meander migration and planform evolution depend on the resistance to erosion of the floodplain materials. To date, research to quantify meandering river adjustment has largely focused on resistance
Quantifying Reductions of Mass‐Failure Frequency and Sediment Loadings From Streambanks Using Toe Protection and Other Means: Lake Tahoe, United States 1
Abstract:  Streambank erosion by mass‐failure processes represents an important form of channel adjustment and a significant source of sediment in disturbed streams. Mass failures regularly occur by
The effects of floodplain soil heterogeneity on meander planform shape
Past analytical studies of meander planform development have mostly focused on the complexity of the governing equations, i.e., hydrodynamics, and less so on the stream bank resistance to erosion,
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