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Edited By: K Beven and MJ Kirkby
320 pages, B/w photos, figs
Combines the results of recent research on the form and function of channel networks and their role in controlling hydrological responses.
Network hydrology and geomorphology, Mike Kirkby; extraction of channel networks and topographic parameters from digital elevation data, Larry Band; the geomorphological unit hydrograph, I. Rodriguez-Iturbe; flow resistance through the channel network, James Bathurst; hydrological response of channel networks, Keith Beven and Eric Wood; solute transport in channel, Peter Young and Steve Wallis; the stream head, Bill Dietrich and Tom Dunne; sediment transport into and through the network, Keith Richards; the long term interaction of sediment and water through networks and side slopes, Mike Kirkby; models of channel networks - theory and predictive uncertainty, Keith Beven.
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