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About this book
About this book
Presents an overview of fluvial geomorphology (how water movement effects the surface features of the earth) that provides river engineers and managers with useful insights and understanding of natural channel forms and fluvial processes. The book sets out the methodological basis for the collection of Geomorphological data and information and shows how quantitative and qualitative geomorphic analyses may be applied to gain useful knowledge and insight regarding the past, present and future behaviour of the system.
River Engineering and Management in the 21st Century (R. Hey). NATURAL CHANNEL STABILITY AND TIME PERSPECTIVES (M. Macklin). Channel, Floodplain and Drainage Basin Response to Environmental Change (M. Macklin & J. Lewin). Short-Term Changes in Channel Stability (A. Werritty). RIVER CHANNEL AND VALLEY PROCESSES (J. Bathurst). Environmental Rive Flow Hydraulics (J. Bathurst). Sediment Erosion, Transport and Deposition (I. Reid, et al.). Bank Erosion and Instability (D. Lawler, et al.). CHANNEL MORPHOLOGY AND DYNAMICS (K. Richards). Channel Types and Morphological Classification (C. Thorne). Stable River Morphology (R. Hey). Styles of Channel Change (J. Hooke). Prediction of Morphological Changes in Unstable Channels (K. Richards & S. Lane). River Dynamics and Channel Maintenance (A. Brookes). CASE STUDIES AND APPLICATIONS (M. Newson). Case Studies in the Application of Geomorphology to River Management (M. Newson, et al.). Application of Applied Fluvial Geomorphology: Problem and Potential (C. Thorne, et al.). Indexes.