Factors Influencing Bank Geomorphology and Erosion of the Haw River, a High Order River in North Carolina, since European Settlement

Factors Influencing Bank Geomorphology and Erosion of the Haw River, a High Order River in North Carolina, since European Settlement

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Macfall, J., Robinette, P., Welch, D. 2014. Factors Influencing Bank Geomorphology and Erosion of the Haw River, a High Order River in North Carolina, since European Settlement. PLoS ONE. 9, 10.

Analysis, Erosion, Hydrology, Streams, Streamflow, Urbanization, Water quality, Field assessment, Bank erosion, Geomorphology

This study aimed to identify the mechanisms by which streamflow modification and streambank erosion are occurring in the Haw River, which is a severely threatened, high-order river in North Carolina (U.S.). Nearly 90 sites along the Haw River were assessed to determine which factors were influencing its unstable geomodification.

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