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The Structure, Function and Management Implications of Fluvial Sedimentary Systems

Author / Editor: Fiona J. Dyer, Martin C. Thoms & Jon M. Olley
Publication Number: 276
ISBN Number: 978-1-901502-96-1
Year: 2002
Pages: 484

Price: £15.00

This volume comprises the proceedings of a symposium of the same name held in September 2002 at Alice Springs in Australia, as a contribution to the UNESCO IHP-V Project 2.1: Vegetation, Land Use and Erosion. The 54 papers cover a wide range of topics pertaining to fluvial sedimentary systems, recognizing their role and the way in which they are managed for the health of riverine systems

Contents for The Structure, Function and Management Implications of Fluvial Sedimentary Systems

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Symposium, 2002, The Structure, Function and Management Implications of Fluvial Sedimentary Systems
Fiona J. Dyer, Martin C. Thoms & Jon M. Olley, Editors
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Preface of Volume 276
Dyer, F.J., Thoms M.C. Olley, J.M.
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Contents of Volume 276
Dyer, F.J., Thoms M.C. Olley, J.M.
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Flume experiments and modelling of flow–sediment–vegetation interactions
James, C.S., Jordanova A.A. Nicolson, C.R.
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Associations between channel morphology and large woody debris in a lowland river
Hughes, V. Thoms, M.C.
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Connectivity and fragmentation of flood plain–river exchanges in a semiarid, anabranching river system
McGinness, H.M., Thoms, M.C. Southwell, M.R.
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Organic carbon supply to a large lowland river and implications for aquatic ecosystems
Olley, J.M.
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Techniques to quantify the variability of thalweg profiles
Bartley, R. Rutherfurd, I.
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Development of a method to assess ecological impact due to hydrological regime alteration of Scottish rivers
Black, A.R., Bragg, O.M., Duck, R.W. Rowan, J.S.
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Predicting channel type from catchment and hydrological variables
Young, W.J., Ogden, R.W., Hughes, A.O. Prosser, I.P.
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Hydraulic habitat in confluences: an ecological perspective on confluence hydraulics
Franks, C.A., Rice, S.P. Wood, P.J.
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Evaluation of small rivers by combining biological sampling with a structure analysis of river beds
Vogt, C. Symader, W.
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Physical and ecological associations in dryland refugia: waterholes of the Cooper Creek, Australia
Davis, L., Thoms, M.C., Fellows, C. Bunn, S.
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Restoration of dynamic flood plain topography and riparian vegetation establishment through engineered levee breaching
Mount, J.F., Florsheim, J.L. Trowbridge, W.B.
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Topographical change and sediment transport after habitat improvement in the Pankenai River, Japan
Kurashige, Y.
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The impact of reservoir regulation on the processes of erosion and sedimentation of the delta in Lake Øyeren, Norway
Bogen, J. Bonsnes, T.E.
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Eco-geomorphology: an interdisciplinary approach to river science
Thoms, M.C. Parsons, M.
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Linking the physical form and processes of rivers with ecological response (keynote paper)
Hudson, H.R.
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Heavy metal mining and flood plain response in the upper Clyde basin, Scotland
Rowan, J.S. Franks, S.W.
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Effective discharge for heavy metal deposition on the lower River Rhine flood plains
Middelkoop, H., Thonon, I. van der Perk, M.
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Sediment-associated mercury distribution within a major Amazon tributary: century-scale contamination history and importance of flood plain accumulation
Maurice-Bourgoin, L., Aalto, R. Guyot, J.L.
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Quantifying sediment sources in lowlying sugarcane land: a sediment budget approach
Visser, F., Roth, C.H., Wasson, R.J. Prosser, I.P.
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Late Holocene flood plain development following a cataclysmic flood
Erskine, W.D. Peacock, C.T.
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Channel and flood plain response to reforestation in the Dragonja basin, southwestern Slovenia: linking past and present
Keesstra, S.D.
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What happens when flood plains wet themselves: vegetation response to inundation on the lower Balonne flood plain
Sims, N.C. Thoms, M.C.
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Flood-driven formation and destruction of a forested flood plain and in-channel benches on a bedrock-confined stream: Wheeny Creek, southeast Australia
Webb, A.A., Erskine, W.D. Dragovich, D.
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Reconstructing historic floods using sediments from embanked flood plains: a case study of the River Tay in Scotland
Paine, J.L., Rowan, J.S. Werritty, A.
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An improved method for evaluation of sediment loads for river management
De Bonis, P., Fattoruso, G., Grauso, S., Onori, F. Pagano, A.
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Flood plain contribution to open channel flow structure
Carling, P.A., Cao, Z. Ervine, D.A.
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Land-use options for the flood plains of the northeastern region of India
Sharma, U.C.
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Assessing the hydrological changes to flood plain wetland inundation caused by river regulation
Dyer, F.J.
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Channel flood plain linkages on the Kam Tin River, Hong Kong
Peart, M.R. Wong, H.
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Storage of sediment and nutrients in littoral zones of a shallow tropical reservoir: a case of Timah Tasoh Reservoir, Perlis, Malaysia
Ismail, W.R., Abu-Bakar, K.R., Rahaman, Z.A., Kamaruzzaman, N., Ali, A.B. Mansor, M.
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Emerging issues in flood plain research (keynote paper)
Nanson, G.C. Croke, J.C.
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Hydrological response of Ngarradj—a seasonal stream in the wet–dry tropics, Northern Territory, Australia
Moliere, D.R., Boggs, G.S., Evans, K.G. Saynor, M.J.
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Magnitude–frequency analysis of suspended sediment loads in the subtropical Richmond River basin, northern New South Wales, Australia
McKee, L.J., Hossain, S. Eyre, B.D.
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Discharge magnitude and frequency as a control on proglacial fluvial sedimentary systems
Marren, P.M., Russell, A.J. Knudsen, O.
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The role of hydrograph shape in controlling glacier outburst flood (jökulhlaup) sedimentation
Rushmer, E.L., Russell, A.J., Tweed, F.S., Knudsen, O. Marren, P.M.
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Suspended sediment concentrations and the geomorphic effect of sub-bankfull flow in a central Australian stream
Bourke, M.C.
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Sediment and organic matter transfer following bushfires in the Blue Mountains, Australia
Dragovich, D. Morris, R.
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Changes in chemical characteristics of river bed samples caused by exceptional high floods in the Kartelbornsbach basin near Trier
Symader, W. Roth, M.
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Fluvial transport of sediment across a pristine tropical foreland basin: channel–flood plain interaction and episodic flood plain deposition
Aalto, R., Dunne, T., Nittrouer, C.A., Maurice-Bourgoin, L. Montgomery, D.R.
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Temporal–spatial variations in the sediment delivery ratio of small drainage basins: the Russian Plain example
Golosov, V.
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Magnitude and frequency controlling fluvial sedimentary systems: issues, contributions and challenges (keynote paper)
Dollar, E.S.J.
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Sediment budgets and self-organization in a cellular landscape model
De Boer, D.H. Ali, K.F.
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New views of the morphodynamics of large braided rivers from high-resolution topographic surveys and time-lapse video
Hicks, D.M., Duncan, M.J., Walsh, J.M., Westaway, R.M. Lane, S.N.
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Assessment of the hydraulic roughness of river flood plains using laser altimetry
Asselman, N.E.M., Middelkoop, H., Ritzen, M.R. Straatsma, M.W.
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Assessment of historic flood plain sedimentation rates along the River Meuse in The Netherlands using 137Cs dating with PHAROS
van Wijngaarden, M., Rigollet, C. De Meijer, R.J.
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Sediment movement on steep slopes to the Mekong River: an application of remote sensing
Gupta, A. Ping, C.
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The role of flood plain sedimentation in catchment sediment and contaminant budgets
Walling, D.E. Owens, P.N.
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Iffezheim field test—three years experience with a petrographic tracer
Golz, E.
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Estimating residence times of fine sediment in river channels using fallout 210Pb
Wallbrink, P., Olley, J.M., Hancock, G.
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The possible role of agricultural land drains in sediment delivery to a small reservoir, Worcestershire, UK: a multiparameter fingerprint study
Foster, I.D.L., Lees, J.A., Jones, A.R., Chapman, A.S., Turner, S.E. Hodgkinson, R.
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Quantitative sediment fingerprinting using a Bayesian uncertainty estimation framework
Small, I.F., Rowan, J.S. Franks, S.W.
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Using multivariate statistical techniques to interpret patterns of flood plain sedimentation
Foster, J.M., Thoms, M.C. Parsons, M.
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A critical reflection of computational fluid dynamics applications to fluvial sedimentary systems
Cao, Z. Carling, P.A.
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Sediment budgets, dynamics, and variability: new approaches and techniques (keynote paper)
Wasson, R.J.
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