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Erosion and Sediment Yields in the Changing Environment

Author / Editor: A. L. Collins, V. Golosov, A. J. Horowitz, X. Lu, M. Stone, D. E. Walling & Xinbao Zhang
Publication Number: 356
ISBN Number: 978-1-907161-33-9
Year: 2012
Pages: 452

Price: £90.00

The ICCE-2012 symposium, held in Chengdu, China, continued the highly successful, ongoing series of ICCE symposia and publications, and focused on understanding of the processes of erosion and sediment production in a world that is increasingly affected by anthropogenic activities. Four keynote papers open this volume, and the remaining 50 contributions are grouped by theme: -Dynamic processes of erosion and sediment transport in fluvial systems
-Impacts of climate change and human activities on erosion and sediment yield 
-Modelling erosion and sediment yields
-Mountain hazards and debris flows
-Monitoring and tracing methodology

Contents for Erosion and Sediment Yields in the Changing Environment

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Preface by A.L.Collins et al.
Collins, A.L.
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The role of dams in the global sediment budget
Des E. Walling
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Redistribution of sediment and sediment-associated contaminants in the River Chern basin during the last 50 years
Valentin Golosov, Elena Aseeva, Vladimir Belyaev, Maxim Markelov & Alisa Alyabieva
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Delineation of China’s reservoirs and lakes using remote sensing techniques
Xixi Lu, Xiankun Yang & Lishan Ran
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Impacts of eco-restoration on suspended sediment load in the upper Yangtze River, China
He Xiubin & Wei Jie
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Annual fluxes of sediment-associated trace/major elements, carbon, nutrients and sulfur from US coastal rivers
Arthur J. Horowitz, Verlon C. Stephens, Kent A. Elrick & James J. Smith
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Transport of suspended sediment by the Vistula River basin upstream of Kraków, southern Poland, and the human impact during the second half of the 20th century
Adam Lajczak
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Dynamics of bank erosion on the River Dane, England
Janet Hooke
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An update of the magnitude–frequency analysis of Rio Cordon (Italy) bedload data after 25 years of monitoring
L. Picco, L. Mao, E. Rigon, J. Moretto, D. Ravazzolo, F. Delai & M. A. Lenzi
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Sediment transport in the proglacial Fagge River (Kaunertal/Austria)
David Morche, Florian Haas, Henning Baewert, Tobias Heckmann, Karl-Heinz Schmidt & Michael
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Sediment and water quality in the Kam Tin River, Hong Kong
M. R. Peart, L. Fok & J. Chen
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Dynamics of sediment delivery in drain flow on clay soils across England and Wales
Yusheng Zhang, Adrian L. Collins & John R. Williams
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Suspended sediment transport by rivers in the different climatic zones of Cameroon (Central Africa)
Gaston Lienou, Gil Mahe, Luc Sigha-Mkamdjou, Jean Emmanuel Paturel, Jacob Nwalal & Justin
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Are riverine sediment discharges sufficient to offset the sinking coast of Louisiana?
Y. Jun Xu & Timothy Rosen
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Sediment quality in the water-level-fluctuation-zone of the Three Gorges Reservoir, China
Zhijing Cao & Yuhai Bao
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Assessing “modern background sediment delivery to rivers” across England and Wales and its use for catchment management
Adrian L. Collins, Ian Foster, Yusheng Zhang, Richard Gooday, David Lee, David Sear, Pamel
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Transient storage and release of sediment and phosphorus in a small urban impoundment
N. McLellan, L. Gray, D. Allin, K. Damude, A. DiFebo, K. McLean, E. Sararas, M. Stone & J.
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Landslide impacts on suspended sediment sources following an extreme event in the Magela Creek catchment, northern Australia
Wayne D. Erskine & Michael J. Saynor
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Driving forces in a floodplain restoration project: interaction between surface water, groundwater and morphodynamic processes during an ecological flooding
Peter Fischer, Florian Haas & Bernd Cyffka
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Fractal geometry of aggregates in natural grassland soils with different restoration stages
Zhou Ping, Wen Anbang, Zhuang Wenhua & Liu Guobin
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Decadal sediment yield from an Alpine proglacial zone inferred from reservoir sedimentation (Pasterze, Hohe Tauern, Austria)
Martin Geilhausen, Jan-Christoph Otto, David Morche & Lothar Schrott
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Efficiency of rice straw mulch as a soil amendment to reduce splash erosion
Leila Gholami, Seyed Hamid Reza Sadeghi & Mahdi Homaee
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Thirty years of vegetation cover dynamics and planform changes in the Brenta River (Italy): implications for channel recovery
E. Rigon, J. Moretto, L. Mao, L. Picco, F. Delai, D. Ravazzolo, M. A. Lenzi & G. Kaless
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Numerical simulation of non-equilibrium sediment transport in a flume
Donatella Termini
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Soil erosion under different land uses in the riparian zone of the Three Gorges Reservoir, China
Yuhai Bao, Xiubin He, Jie Wei, Qiang Tang & Feng Guo
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Sedimentation patterns and sediment composition in a Norwegian glacial lake during a large magnitude flood
Patricia Kennie & Jim Bogen
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Impact of climate change on glacial sediment delivery to Norwegian rivers and consequences for hydropower operations
Jim Bogen, Truls Bønsnes & Galina Ragulina
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A GIS-based model for ditch erosion risk assessment in peatland forestry
Tapio Tuukkanen, Harri Koivusalo, Hannu Marttila, Antti Leinonen, Bjørn Kløve, Ari Laurén
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Estimation of the spatial distribution of soil erosion in the hilly area of Sichuan, China
Xiaoli Jin, Genwei Cheng, C-Y Xu, Jihui Fan & Zelong Ma
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Model of water regulation in the Yangtze River Basin and its effects using remote sensing techniques
Xiankun Yang & X. X. Lu
235-243 PDF Icon
Characteristics of runoff processes on unmetalled loess roads under experimental rainfall conditions
Fengxia Tian, Xiubin He, Guiyu Li & Shiqing Zheng
244-250 PDF Icon
Mapping and spatial analysis of suspended sediment yields from the Russian Plain
Kirill Maltsev, Oleg Yermolaev & Vadim Mozzherin
251-258 PDF Icon
Estimating sediment trapping efficiency from Landsat images: a case study of the Yellow River basin
Lishan Ran & Xixi Lu
259-266 PDF Icon
Estimating the annual sediment yield of a small agricultural catchment in central Poland
Kazimierz Banasik, Dariusz Górski, Zbigniew Popek & Leszek Hejduk
267-275 PDF Icon
A Geomorphological Response Model for predicting sediment-related habitat change in ephemeral rivers
Bennie van der Waal & Kate Rowntree
276-283 PDF Icon
Estimation of sediment yield for geo-climatically diverse watersheds
Jui-Yi Ho, Chi-Cheng Yang, Kwan Tun Lee, Yu-Han Hsu, Shuyou Cao & Ravinder Kaur
284-290 PDF Icon
Quantification and modelling of debris flows in the proglacial area of the Gepatschferner, Austria, using ground-based LiDAR
Florian Haas, Tobias Heckmann, Ludwig Hilger & Michael Becht
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A rare occurrence of landslides initiated by an extreme event in March 2007 in the Alligator Rivers Region, Australia
M. J. Saynor, W. D. Erskine, G. Staben & J. Lowry
303-310 PDF Icon
Study of viscous debris-flow surges moving on a residual layer in a flume
Mi Tian, Kai-Heng Hu, Chuan-Chang Wang, Chao Ma & Fa-Hong Lei
311-316 PDF Icon
Determining soil erosion by water using high resolution remotely-sensed data
Magdalena Fitrzyk
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Evaluation of two sediment tracers under simulated rainfall
Peter Strauss, Gema Guzman, Axel Mentler, Rosemarie Hösl, Shengping Wang, Jose Alfonso Gom
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Cartographic-geoinformational estimation of spatio-temporal erosion dynamics of arable soils in forest-steppe landscapes of the Russian Plain
Oleg Yermolaev & Alina Avvakumova
332-337 PDF Icon
Using 137Cs measurements and sediment yield monitoring to document catchment-scale sediment dynamics and budgets
Jean P. G. Minella, Gustavo H. Merten, Desmond E. Walling & Michele Moro
338-344 PDF Icon
Hydrodynamic and sediment measurements in estuaries of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil: methodology and application
Geraldo Wilson Junior
345-355 PDF Icon
MODIS-based remote sensing of suspended sediment concentrations of the Middle and Lower Yangtze River, China
Xi-Xi Lu, Jian-jun Wang & Cheng Liu
356-363 PDF Icon
Potential use of synthetic color-contrast aggregates and a digital image processing technique in soil splash measurements
Abdulvahed Khaledi Darvishan, Seyed Hamidreza Sadeghi, Mahdi Homaee & Mahmood Arabkhedri
364-368 PDF Icon
Understanding polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon transfers at the catchment scale combining chemical and fallout radionuclides analyses
David Gateuille, Olivier Evrard, Irène Lefevre, Elodie Moreau-Guigon, Fabrice Alliot, Marc
369-377 PDF Icon
Use of 137Cs and 210Pbex peaks produced by events in the catchment for dating sediments in the Jiulongdian Reservoir, Chuxiong, Yunnan Province, China
Xinbao Zhang, Yi Long, Xiubin He, Anbang Wen & Dongchun Yan
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Further investigation of the relationship between 137Cs and 210Pbex flux and sediment output from two small experimental catchments in Calabria, southern Italy
Paolo Porto, Desmond E. Walling, Giovanni Callegari & Carmelo La Spada
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Quantification of the sediment budget of a river basin, based on reconstruction of the post-fallout redistribution of Chernobyl particle-bound 137Cs
Vladimir Belyaev, Eugenia Shamshurina, Maxim Markelov, Valentin Golosov, Nadezda Ivanova,
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Sediment source tracing in the Thina catchment, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Kate Rowntree, Pearl Mzobe & Bennie van der Waal
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Tracing the dispersion of sediment contaminated with radionuclides in catchments exposed to Chernobyl and Fukushima fallout
Olivier Evrard, Vladimir Belyaev, Caroline Chartin, Catherine Ottlé, Nadezda Ivanova, Maxi
412-417 PDF Icon
Assessing morphological changes in gravel-bed rivers using LiDAR data and colour bathymetry
J. Moretto, E. Rigon, L. Mao, F. Delai, L. Picco & M. A. Lenzi
419-427 PDF Icon
Using a Terrestrial Laser Scanner to assess the morphological dynamics of a gravel-bed river
L. Picco, L. Mao, M. Cavalli, E. Buzzi, E. Rigon, J. Moretto, F. Delai, D. Ravazzolo & M.
428-437 PDF Icon
Investigating an Alpine proglacial sediment budget using field measurements, airborne and terrestrial LiDAR data
Tobias Heckmann, Florian Haas, David Morche, Karl-Heinz Schmidt, Joachim Rohn, Michael Mos
438-447 PDF Icon
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