3 edition of morphological time-scale for rivers. found in the catalog.
morphological time-scale for rivers.
M. de Vries
"Paper presented at the 16th IAHR Congress, Sa o Paulo, July 1975" - title page.
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In the Sacramento River basin, California, reach‐scale morphological channel types were found within nearly all sub‐basin hydrologic settings. This indicates that catchment‐scale hydrologic drivers, while influential to channel type dimensionality, are not a dominant control on morphological variability at . Typically, the analysis and design of fluvial flood defence schemes is based on a single N year extreme flow event using a single survey of the river channel and flood plains. Adopting this approach assumes that the channel capacity is identical for all subsequent N year events. If one assumes that the typical design life for a flood defence scheme is of the order of 50 years, then such an.
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A characteristic morphological time scale can be calculated directly from the average sediment transport rate and a control volume that is eroded or deposited if experiments were scaled according to a similarity scaling procedure (Yalin,de Vries et al., ).
This results in a characteristic time scale of, for instance, transverse bed Cited by: Morphology is created from spatial gradients in sediment transport so that the transport rate is key to the time scale.
A morphological time scale has therefore been based on sediment transport rates and gradients, and morphological time-scale for rivers. book relevant volume of sediment to be moved (de Vries et al., ).
For the simplest case of delta building, where deltas are Cited by: Geomorphology (from Ancient Greek: γῆ, gê, "earth"; μορφή, morphḗ, "form"; and λόγος, lógos, "study") is the scientific study of the origin and evolution of topographic and bathymetric features created by physical, chemical or biological processes operating at or near the Earth's surface.
Geomorphologists seek to understand why landscapes look the way they do, to understand. A morphological time-scale for rivers M. de Vries Not In Library. Criteria for the mooring force of ocean-going ships in locks A. Vrijer1 book A. Prins, 1 book Gerrit Abraham, 1 book E.
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Long-term variation in the morphological characteristics of rivers is complicated as a result of temporally and spatially variable natural processes and anthropogenic disturbances. Better understanding of their relationship is therefore important for river basin management. The present study conducted a detailed analysis of a long-term dataset consisting of a year topographic survey and Author: Dang Minh Hai, Shinya Umeda, Masatoshi Yuhi.
The impact of tide-induced morphological changes and water level variations on the sediment transport in a tidally dominated system has been investigated using the numerical model Delft3D and South-East England as a test case. The goal of this manuscript is to explore the long-term changes in morphology due to sea level rise and the large-scale morphodynamic equilibrium of the South-East : Nicoletta Leonardi, Xiaorong Li, Iacopo Carnacina.
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Moreover, such equilibrium analysis does not reveal the morphological time scale (MTS) associated with water diversions. To solve these issues, a general theoretical framework is proposed for predicting the equilibrium state of the fluvial system, which is applicable to both continuous and discrete water diversions in a longitudinally width.
Channel morphology adjusts in the different time-scale — long, medium and short — to changing water and sediment discharges (Richards, ). Long-term influences — climate, hydrologic and gradual tectonics — cause gradual, progressive adjustment of the alluvial by: Table Some developments in constructing geomorphology (years in italics refer to use of the word ‘geomorphology’) Year Contribution Pierre Perrault’s (–) published book on De l’origine des fontaines, showing precipitation sufficient to sustain the flow of rivers in the Seine basin: probably a foundation for understanding of theFile Size: KB.
This book describes the latest developments in the hydrodynamics and morphodynamics of tidal inlets, with an emphasis on natural inlets. A review of morphological features and sand transport pathways is presented, followed by an overview of empirical relationships between inlet cross-sectional area, ebb delta volume, flood delta volume and tidal by: 6.
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