Erosion, sediment discharge, and channel morphology in the upper Chattahoochee River basin, Georgia, with a discussion of the contribution of suspended sediment to stream quality

@inproceedings{Faye1980ErosionSD,
  title={Erosion, sediment discharge, and channel morphology in the upper Chattahoochee River basin, Georgia, with a discussion of the contribution of suspended sediment to stream quality},
  author={Robert E. Faye and William P. Carey and John K. Stamer and Richard L. Kleckner},
  year={1980}
}
  • Robert E. Faye, William P. Carey, +1 author Richard L. Kleckner
  • Published 1980
  • Geology
  • The 3,550 square miles of the Upper Chattahoochee River basin is an area of diverse physiographic and land-use char­ acteristics. The headwater areas are mountainous with steep, relatively narrow channels. Land in the headwater areas is heavily forested, but small towns and farms are common in the valleys of large streams. Downstream, the basin is char­ acterized by low hills and wider stream channels. Land in this part of the basin is also predominantly forested; how­ ever, large agricultural… CONTINUE READING