Flood plain and channel dynamics of the Quinault and Queets Rivers , Washington , USA

@inproceedings{OConnora2002FloodPA,
  title={Flood plain and channel dynamics of the Quinault and Queets Rivers , Washington , USA},
  author={Jim E. O’Connora and Myrtle A. Jonesb and Tana L. Haluskaa},
  year={2002}
}
Comparison of historic channel migration rates, modern planform conditions, and overall sediment, wood, and flow conditions and interactions for the Quinault River and Queets River in the western Olympic Peninsula, Washington, reveals decadalto century-scale interactions between gravel-bed channels and forested flood plains in temperate maritime environments. The downstream alluvial portions of these two rivers can be divided into three reaches of different slope, flow, sediment, and wood… CONTINUE READING

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