Effects of Bank Vegetation and Incision on Erosion Rates in an Urban Stream

Effects of Bank Vegetation and Incision on Erosion Rates in an Urban Stream

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Arnold, E., Toran, L. 2018. Effects of Bank Vegetation and Incision on Erosion Rates in an Urban Stream. Water.Volume 10, Number 482.

Erosion, Invasive vegetation, Riparian buffer, Sediment, Streams, Vegetation, Field assessment, Riparian, Bank erosion

This paper presents the results of a monitoring study of bank erosion and turbidity in Tookany Creek (and its tributary Mill Run) in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, United States) to evaluate the influence of invasive species of vegetation.

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