Corpus ID: 16835047

A Stream Evolution Model Integrating Habitat and Ecosystem Benefits

@inproceedings{CLUERa2012ASE,
  title={A Stream Evolution Model Integrating Habitat and Ecosystem Benefits},
  author={B. CLUERa and C. Thorneb},
  year={2012}
}
For decades, Channel Evolution Models have provided useful templates for understanding morphological responses to disturbance associated with lowering base level, channelization or alterations to the flow and/or sediment regimes. In this paper, two well-established Channel Evolution Models are revisited and updated in light of recent research and practical experience. The proposed Stream Evolution Model includes a precursor stage, which recognizes that streams may naturally be multi-threaded… Expand
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