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BIOMORPHODYNAMICS OF ALTERNATE BARS IN A CHANNELIZED, REGULATED RIVER: AN INTEGRATED HISTORICAL AND MODELLING ANALYSIS
The development of alternate bars in channelized rivers can be explained theoretically as an instability of the riverbed when the active channel width to depth ratio exceeds a threshold. However, the development of a ...
Self-organization of river vegetation leads to emergent buffering of river flows and water levels
Cornacchia Loreta, Wharton Geraldene, Davies Grieg, Grabowski Robert C., Temmerman Stijn, van der Wal Daphne, Bouma Tjeerd J. and van de Koppel Johan 2020 Self-organization of river vegetation leads to emergent buffering ...