Spatio-temporal variation of sediment transport in the Selenga River Basin , Mongolia and Russia

@inproceedings{Chalov2014SpatiotemporalVO,
  title={Spatio-temporal variation of sediment transport in the Selenga River Basin , Mongolia and Russia},
  author={Sergey Romanovich Chalov and Jerker Jarsj{\"o} and Nikolay S. Kasimov and Anna O. Romanchenko and Jan Pietroń and Josefin Thorslund and Ekaterina V. Promakhova},
  year={2014}
}
Many Asian rivers have been intensively used to boost economic growth, resulting in sudden and drastic changes in sediment transport patterns. However, a few rivers are still undisturbed. The present paper considers the unregulated Selenga River and its basin, located in Russia and Mongolia. The river contributes to 50 % of the total inflow to Lake Baikal. Pending scientific challenges include the quantification of sediment loads and erosion– deposition patterns along the Selenga River system… CONTINUE READING
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