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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 ...
LANDSCAPES OF FACILITATION: HOW SELF-ORGANIZED PATCHINESS OF AQUATIC MACROPHYTES PROMOTES DIVERSITY IN STREAMS
(Ecological Society of America, 2018-02-13)
Spatial heterogeneity plays a crucial role in the coexistence of species. Despite recognition of the importance of self-organization in creating environmental heterogeneity in otherwise uniform landscapes, the effects of ...
Plants face the flow in V-formation: a study of plant patch alignment in streams
Trends in the use of large wood in UK river restoration projects: insights from the National River Restoration Inventory
Large Wood (LW) is increasingly employed in river restoration to promote physical habitat heterogeneity and ecological diversity. To explore how LW has been used in restoration schemes across the United Kingdom in recent ...