Variability of bed mobility in natural, gravel-bed channels and adjustments to sediment load at local and reach scales

@inproceedings{Lisle2000VariabilityOB,
  title={Variability of bed mobility in natural, gravel-bed channels and adjustments to sediment load at local and reach scales},
  author={Thomas E. Lisle and Jonathan M. Nelson and John Pitlick and Mary Ann Madej and Brent L. Barkett},
  year={2000}
}
  • Thomas E. Lisle, Jonathan M. Nelson, +2 authors Brent L. Barkett
  • Published 2000
  • Geology
  • Local variations in boundary shear stress acting on bed-surface particles control patterns of bed load transport and channel evolution during varying stream discharges. At the reach scale a channel adjusts to imposed water and sediment supply through mutual interactions among channel form, local grain size, and local flow dynamics that govern bed mobility. In order to explore these adjustments, we used a numerical flow model to examine relations between model-predicted local boundary shear… CONTINUE READING

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