Andreas Lang, Kirsten P. Hennrich, Richard Dikau's Long Term Hillslope and Fluvial System Modelling PDF

By Andreas Lang, Kirsten P. Hennrich, Richard Dikau

ISBN-10: 364205675X

ISBN-13: 9783642056758

This quantity provides a suite of papers given at a Rhine-LUCIFS (Land use and weather impression on fluvial systems), the purpose being to assemble researchers with longstanding adventure in constructing techniques and modelling techniques for long-term panorama evolution and scientists excited by extra classical experiences at the evolution of the Rhine river process. it really is divided into elements: half one stories the Rhine river process and provides case reviews to illustrate the kinds of knowledge that may be extracted from sedimentary archives.Part offers a cutting-edge overview on strategies for fluvial approach examine, in addition to modelling the elements of huge river basins, written by way of top ecu scientists during this box.

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Sidorchuk, A. (1996b): Sediment Budget Change in the Fluvial System at the Central Part of the Russian Plain Due to Human Impact. In: IAHS Publication No. 236, Erosion and sediment Yield: Global and Regional Perspectives: 445–452. , and Sidorchuk, A. (1998): Model for estimating gully morphology. In: IAHS Publication No. 249: 333–343, Wallingford. Sidorchuk, A. (1999): Dynamic and static models of gully erosion. Catena, 37: 401–414. Linking Short– and Long–Term Soil–Erosion Modelling John Wainwright1 , Anthony J.

The more advanced are capable of elucidating within basin sediment redistribution, with resolution that is dependent on the scale of the internal unit. This approach is clearly a better representation of reality, and can provide further useful information for questions of applied geomorphology beyond the individual plot or slope. These models specifically model sediment flux, with a more-or-less sound physical basis. Boardman and Favis-Mortlock (1998b) have suggested that they perform better over longer periods, with better results for continuous rather than event-based modelling.

1998): Sensitivity of sediment–transport equations to errors in hydraulic models of overland flow. , and Favis– Mortlock, D. (eds): Modelling Soil Erosion by Water. pp. 271–284, Springer–Verlag, Berlin. B. (1991): Computer and hardware modelling of archaeological sediment transport on hillslopes. , and Rahtz, S. (eds): Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 1990. pp. 183– 194. BAR International Series 565, Oxford. D. (1995): Simulation of raindrop erosion and the development of desert pavements.

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