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Main Title Riparian vegetation and fluvial geomorphology /
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Bennett, Sean J.
Simon, Andrew.
Publisher American Geophysical Union,
Year Published 2004
OCLC Number 54803674
ISBN 0875903576; 9780875903576
Subjects River channels ; Riparian plants ; Geomorphology ; Sediment transport ; GĂ©omorphologie ; Cours d'eau ; SĂ©dimentation
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EMBM  GB562.R56 2004 NRMRL/GWERD Library/Ada,OK 05/12/2006
Collation viii, 282 pages : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
Part 1. Introduction: Riparian Vegetation and Fluvial Geomorphology: Problems and Opportunities -- Part 2. Experimental and Theoretical Studies -- Flow, Turbulence, and Resistance in a Flume with Simulated Vegetation -- Effects of Emergent Riparian Vegetation on Spatially Averaged and Turbulent Flow Within an Experimental Channel -- Riparian Vegetation as a Primary Control on Channel Characteristics in Multi-thread Rivers -- Transport Mechanics of Stream-Borne Logs -- The Role of Riparian Shrubs in Preventing Floodplain Unraveling along the Clark Fork of the Columbia River in the Deer Lodge Valley, Montana -- Part 3. Large Woody Debris -- Spatial Pattern of Turbulence Kinetic Energy and Shear Stress in a Meander Bend With Large Woody Debris -- Patterns of Wood and Sediment Storage Along Debris-flow Impacted Headwater Channels in Old-Growth and Industrial Forests of the Western Olympic Mountains, Washington -- Part 4. Bank Erosion and Channel Stability -- Root-Soil Mechanics and Interactions -- Advances in Assessing the Mechanical and Hydrologic Effects of Riparian Vegetation on Streambank Stability -- The Influence of Trees on Stream Bank Erosion: Evidence from Root-Plate Abutments -- Effects of Riparian Vegetation on Stream Channel Stability and Sediment Budgets -- Flow, Sediment, and Nutrient Transport in a Riparian Mangrove -- Part 5. Floodplains and Watershed Processes -- Sedimentation in Floodplains of Selected Tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay -- Vegetation Propagule Dynamics and Fluvial Geomorphology -- Floodplain Stabilization by Woody Riparian Vegetation During an Extreme Flood -- Part 6. Numerical Studies -- Flow and Boundary Shear Stress in Channels With Woody Bank Vegetation -- A Depth-Averaged Two-Dimensional Numerical Model of Flow and Sediment Transport in Open Channels With Vegetation -- Numerical Modeling of Bed Topography and Bank Erosion Along Tree-Lined Meandering Rivers.