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The analysis of a family of physically-based landscape models leads to the analysis of two stochastic processes that seem to determine the shape and structure of river basins. The partial differential equation determine the scaling invariances of the landscape through these processes. The models bridge the gap between the stochastic and deterministic(More)
A stochastic theory of fluvial landsurfaces is developed for transport-limited erosion, using well-established models for the water and sediment fluxes. The mathematical models and analysis is developed showing that some aspects of landsurface evolution can be described by Markovian stochastic processes. The landsurfaces are described by nondeterministic(More)
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