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Fluvial Processes and Environmental Change

Edited By: Antony G Brown and Timothy A Quine
413 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Fluvial Processes and Environmental Change
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  • Fluvial Processes and Environmental Change ISBN: 9780471985488 Hardback Dec 1999 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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About this book

Focusing on the links between fluvial processes and environmental change, this book brings together a wide range of temporal environmental changes and demonstrates how rivers have responded to them. Includes modelling studies, monitoring and palaeoenvironmental studies.

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Slope catchment scale; channel response; floodplain processes; floodplain response; glacierized catchments.

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Edited By: Antony G Brown and Timothy A Quine
413 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Media reviews
As a symposium volume this rates as a good one. ----Journal of Quaternary Science, Vol 15/5, 2000 "...the content and breadth of this volume will make it a useful reference for a range of scholars in the environmental earth sciences..." (River Research and Applications, Vol 19(7), Dec 2003)
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