Principles of underfit streams

@inproceedings{Dury1964PrinciplesOU,
  title={Principles of underfit streams},
  author={George H. Dury},
  year={1964}
}
Meandering valleys with systematic windings are defined as a subclass of winding valleys, the bends of which can be indifferently systematic or irregular. The terms "valley meander" and "valley bend" are correspondingly applied to single features, although they are conveniently interchangeable in practice. Free meanders on a flood plain are distinguished from incised meanders, which are subclassified into intrenched and ingrown forms. Misfit streams, either too large or too small for the… CONTINUE READING

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