Relating Stream-Bank Erosion to In-Stream Transport of Suspended Sediment. Hydrological Processes

Relating Stream-Bank Erosion to In-Stream Transport of Suspended Sediment. Hydrological Processes

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Green, T. R., Beavis, S. G., Dietrich, C. R., Jakeman, A. J. 1999. Relating Stream-Bank Erosion to In-Stream Transport of Suspended Sediment. Hydrological Processes. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 13. 777-787

Analysis, Erosion, Modeling, Nutrients, Phosphorus, Sediment, Streams, Tracking, Water quality

This study evaluates the sources and transport pathways of sediment (and bound phosphorus) in reaches of the Namoi River (New South Wales, Australia). The study includes a comparison of the predictions of a sediment transport model to the results of field measurements of stream bank erosion.

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