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Erosion and Sediment Transport Measurement in Rivers: Technological

Author / Editor: by J. Bogen, T. Fergus & D. E. Walling
Publication Number: 283
ISBN Number: 978-1-901502-42-8
Year: 2003
Pages: 238

Price: £15.00

The growing awareness of the important role of fluvial sediment in a wide range of environmental problems has accentuated the need for better and more consistent information, yet data collection in this field still lags behind other areas of hydrology. New problems call for new approaches, new strategies and new methods, in order to develop an improved understanding of cause and effect relationships for different activities within a river basin. Developments in what can be measured in the field, or on samples returned to the laboratory, and in how the data can be used, are moving forward apace. In the case of instream measurements, the environment is often hostile but innovative use of new technology enables data collection that was previously unthought of. This volume comprises a selection of 24 papers from the Oslo Workshop (2002) of the same title. They are grouped into three topics:

Contents for Erosion and Sediment Transport Measurement in Rivers: Technological

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Oslo Symposium, 2002, Erosion and Sediment Transport Measurement in Rivers : Technological and Methodological Advances
J. Bogen, T. Fergus & D. E. Walling, Editors
   
Preface of Volume 283
Bogen, J., Fergus, T. & Walling, D.E.
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A new definition of suspended sediment: implications for the measurement and prediction of sediment transport
Droppo, I.G.
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Turbidity-controlled sampling for suspended sediment load estimation
Lewis, J.
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Testing laser-based sensors for continuous in situ monitoring of suspended sediment in the Colorado River, Arizona
Melis, T.S., Topping, D.J. & Rubin, D.M.
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Continuous measurement of suspended-sediment discharge in rivers by use of optical backscatterance sensors
Schoellhamer, D.H. & Wright, S.A.
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Measuring suspended sediment characteristics using a LISST-ST in an embanked flood plain of the River Rhine
Thonon, I. & Van Der Perk, M.
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Modelling and monitoring flow and suspended sediment transport in lowland river flood plain environments
Nicholas, A.P.
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Using environmental radionuclides as tracers in sediment budget investigations
Walling, D.E.
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Sediment transport in agricultural catchments-the need for methods to trace sediment sources
Oygarden, L., Deelstra, J., Eggestad, H.O. & Vandsemb, S.M.
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Application of an improved PEEP system to bank erosion investigations on the River Wharfe, UK
Lawler, D.M.
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Development of a sediment yield model for Ghana using sediment transport data
Bambury, M. & Elgy, J.
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Suspended and bed load sediment transport dynamics in two lowland UK streams-storm integrated monitoring
Evans, D.J., Johnes, P.J. & Lawrence, D.S.
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Perspectives on bed load measurement
Ergenzinger P. & de Jong, C.
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Sampler size and sampling time affect bed load transport rates and particle sizes measured with bed load traps in gravel-bed streams
Bunte, K. & Abt, S.R.
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The continuous monitoring of bed load flux in various fluvial environments
Laronne, J.B., Alexandrov, Y., Bergman, N., Cohen, H., Garcia, C., Habersack, H.M., Powell
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Event bed load yield measurement with load cell bed load traps and prediction of bed load yield from hydrograph shape
Sear, D.A.
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Sediment monitoring of glacial rivers in Iceland: new data on bed load transport
Hardardottir, J. & Snorrason, A.
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An assessment of the accuracy of the Spatial Integration Method (SIM) for estimating coarse bed load transport in gravel-bedded streams using tracers
Sear, D.A., Lee, M.W.E., Carling, P.A., Oakey, R.J. & Collins, M.B.
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Use of radio-tracking techniques in bed load transport investigations
Habersack, H.M.
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Bed load measurements with a new passive acoustic sensor
Bogen, J. & Moen, K.
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Acoustic gravel-transport sensor: description and field tests in Little Granite Creek, Wyoming, USA
Downing, J., Farley, P.J., Bunte, K., Swingle, K., Ryan, S.E. & Dixon, M.
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Monitoring bed load transport using acoustic and magnetic devices
Froehlich, W.
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Bed load measurements with a passive magnetic induction device
Gottesfeld, A.S. & Tunnicliffe, J.
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Measurement of bed load with the use of hydrophones in mountain torrents
Mizuyama, T., Fujita, M. & Nonaka, M.
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An instrument to record sediment movement in bedrock channels
Richardson, K., Benson, I. & Carling, P.A.
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