Flow and Transport in regions with Aquatic Vegetation 1 2

@inproceedings{Nepf2013FlowAT,
  title={Flow and Transport in regions with Aquatic Vegetation 1 2},
  author={Heidi M. Nepf},
  year={2013}
}
1 This paper describes mean and turbulent flow and mass transport in the presence of aquatic 2 vegetation. Within emergent canopies, the turbulent length-scales are set by the stem diameter and 3 spacing, and the mean flow is determined by the distribution of canopy frontal area. Sparse 4 submerged canopies enhance bed roughness and near-bed turbulence, but the velocity profile 5 remains logarithmic. For dense submerged canopies, the drag-discontinuity at the top of the canopy 6 generates a… CONTINUE READING

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