Determining the times and distances of particle transit in a mountain stream using fallout radionuclides

@inproceedings{Bonniwell1999DeterminingTT,
  title={Determining the times and distances of particle transit in a mountain stream using fallout radionuclides},
  author={Everett C. Bonniwell and Gerald Matisoff and Peter J. Whiting},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract Targeting of erosion and pollution control programs is much more effective if the time for fine particles to be transported through a watershed, the travel distance, the proportions of old and new sediment in suspension, and the rate of erosion of the landscape can be estimated. In this paper we present a novel technique for tracing suspended sediment in a mountain stream using fallout radionuclides sorbed to sediment. Atmospherically-delivered 7 Be , 210 Pb , and 137 Cs accumulate in… CONTINUE READING

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