Hillslope Processes , Drainage Density , and Landscape Morphology

@inproceedings{Tucker1998HillslopeP,
  title={Hillslope Processes , Drainage Density , and Landscape Morphology},
  author={G. E. Tucker and Rafael L. Bras},
  year={1998}
}
Catchment morphology and drainage density are strongly influenced by hillslope processes. The consequences of several different hillslope process laws are explored in a series of experiments with a numerical model of drainage basin evolution. Five different models are considered , including a simple diffusive-advective process transition, a runoff-generation threshold, an erosion threshold, and two types of threshold-activated landsliding. These different hillslope processes alter both the… CONTINUE READING
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