Geomorphic thresholds in riverine landscapes

@inproceedings{Church2002GeomorphicTI,
  title={Geomorphic thresholds in riverine landscapes},
  author={Michael K Church},
  year={2002}
}
1. Rivers are subject to thresholds of several types that define significant changes in processes and morphology and delimit distinctive riverine landscapes and habitats. Thresholds are set by the conditions that govern river channel process and form, amongst which the most important are the flow regime, the quantity and calibre of sediment delivered to the… CONTINUE READING