Turbidity maximum in the macrotidal, highly turbid Humber Estuary, UK: Flocs, fluid mud, stationary suspensions and tidal bores

@inproceedings{Uncles2006TurbidityMI,
  title={Turbidity maximum in the macrotidal, highly turbid Humber Estuary, UK: Flocs, fluid mud, stationary suspensions and tidal bores},
  author={Reginald J. Uncles and John Adam Stephens and Darin Jay Law},
  year={2006}
}
The macrotidal Humber system, comprising estuaries of the Humber, Trent and Ouse, and their various tributaries, is one of the largest and most turbid in the British Isles. This paper presents detailed spatial and temporal data on the estuarine turbidity maximum (ETM) within the Ouse Estuary of the Humber system during quiescent summer conditions, when freshwater runoff was very low and approximately steady. Under these conditions, an extremely turbid ETM existed in the low salinity reaches of… CONTINUE READING

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