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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
Laboratory soil piping and internal erosion experiments: evaluation of a soil piping model for low‐compacted soils
Mechanistic models have been proposed for soil piping and internal erosion on well-compacted levees and dams, but limited research has evaluated these models in less compacted (more erodible) soils
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
Seepage-Induced Streambank Erosion and Instability: In Situ Constant-Head Experiments
AbstractThe effects of seepage on streambank erosion and failure are less understood compared to fluvial processes, especially the linkage between surface water and groundwater mechanisms. Field data
Evaluation of the Bank Stability and Toe Erosion Model (BSTEM) for Predicting Lateral Streambank Retreat on Ozark Streams
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 by the USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory in
Streambank Erosion and Instability Induced by Groundwater Seepage
Excessive sediment is one of the most common surface water pollutants. It diminishes water quality and destroys aquatic habitat. Streambank erosion is known to be a major source of sediment in
Streambank Piping and Internal Erosion as Failure Mechanisms of Streambanks
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 internal erosion
Groundwater Seepage Mechanisms of Streambank Erosion and Failure
The importance of groundwater seepage and pipeflow is unknown with respect to other fundamental processes of streambank erosion and failure, although seepage and pipeflow features are observed on