Edited By: PA Carling and GE Petts
302 pages, Figs, tabs
Examines the reach scale, channel dynamics, floodplain development and the relationship between channels, floodplains and man in a global context based on specific models.
Modelling Channel Migration and Floodplain Sedimentation in Meandering Streams; Estimation of the Fractal Dimension of Terrain from Lake Size Distributions; Investigating Contemporary Rates of Floodplain Sedimentation; Influence of Farm Management and Drainage on Leaching of Nitrate from Former Floodlands in a Lowland Clay Catchment; Floodplain Assessment for Restoration and Conservation: Application of the Instream Flow Incremental Methodology to Assess Ecological Flow Requirements in a British Lowland River.
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