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Flow discharge and sediment transport models for estimating a minimum timescale of hydrological activity and channel and delta formation on Mars
[1] This paper summarizes state-of-the-art models for water flow and sediment transport and suggests implications for the sediment grain size distribution, transport process, and delta formation. TheExpand
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Observations of swash under highly dissipative conditions
Video measurements of swash were made at the low-sloping beach of the multiple bar system at Terschelling, Netherlands. The majority of the measurements were conducted under highly dissipativeExpand
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Bifurcation dynamics and avulsion duration in meandering rivers by one-dimensional and three-dimensional models
At river bifurcations, water and sediment are divided over two branches. The dynamics of the bifurcation determine the long-term evolution (centuries) of the downstream branches, potentially leadingExpand
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Sorting out river channel patterns
Rivers self-organize their pattern/planform through feedbacks between bars, channels, floodplain and vegetation, which emerge as a result of the basic spatial sorting process of wash load sedimentExpand
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Sedimentary architecture of abandoned channel fills
Channel fills are common elements of Holocene river systems and older fluvial sequences, but surprisingly little is known about formation and their sedimentary build-up. Abandoned channels resultExpand
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Experimental meandering river with chute cutoffs
[1] Braided rivers are relatively simple to produce in the laboratory, whereas dynamic meandering rivers have not been sustained beyond initial bend formation. Meandering is theoretically explainedExpand
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Autocyclic behaviour of fan deltas: an analogue experimental study
Fan deltas are excellent recorders of fan-building processes because of their high sedimentation rate, particularly in tectonically active settings. Although previous research focuses mainly onExpand
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Predicting incipient motion, including the effect of turbulent pressure fluctuations in the bed
[1] Incipient motion of particles on a river bed can, in principle, be understood and predicted from a balance of the forces acting on the particles. On a natural river bed the exposure of particlesExpand
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Effects of debris flow composition on runout, depositional mechanisms, and deposit morphology in laboratory experiments
Predicting debris flow runout is of major importance for hazard mitigation. Apart from topography and volume, runout distance and area depends on debris flow composition and rheology, but how isExpand
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Effects of vegetation distribution on experimental river channel dynamics
[1] Strong feedbacks exist between channel dynamics, floodplain development, and riparian vegetation. Earlier experimental studies showed how uniformly distributed riparian vegetation causes a shiftExpand
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