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Morphological and hydrological regularities of the structure of the river net

N. A. Rzhanitsyn

Morphological and hydrological regularities of the structure of the river net

by N.A. Rzhanitsyn. Translated by D.B. Krimgold, for Soil and Water Conservation Research Division, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture and, Water Resources Division, Geological Survey, U.S. Department of The Interior.

by N. A. Rzhanitsyn

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Office in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rivers.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB1205 .R963
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 380 p.
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14105545M

    river morphology. The study of the channel pattern and the channel geometry at several points along a river channel, including the network of tributaries within the drainage basin. Also known as channel morphology; fluviomorphology; stream morphology. Morphology may be defined as the science of structure or form "and fluvial may be defined as produced by the action of flowing water." Since rivers can hardly be said to have structure, fluvial morphology is therefore the science of the form as produced by the action of flowing water.

    Wood falling from the forest canopy is an important element in the structure of these streams. The middle river represents a balance between deposition and erosion. Much of the heavier material is deposited but lighter silts and sands can still be picked up by .   Lakes: Lake Morphological Impact Assessment Tool (MImAS) since GIS, remote sensing and groundtruthing over last 3 years for lakes 19 pressure metrics relating to the water levels, shoreline, structures and land use Photo: W. Trodd Transitional and Coastal: Hydromorphological Quality Index (HQI; developed in-house) 13 metrics 4 GIS.

    International Journal of Sediment Research 23 () Erosion, sediment transportation and accumulation in rivers N. I. ALEKSEEVSKIY 1, K. M. BERKOVICH 2, and R. S. CHALOV 3 Abstract The present paper analyses the interrelation between erosion, sediment transportation and accumulation proposed by N. I. Makkaveyev () and its further development in modern studies of river Cited by: The terms river morphology and its synonym stream morphology are used to describe the shapes of river channels and how they change in shape and direction over time. The morphology of a river channel is a function of a number of processes and environmental conditions, including the composition and erodibility of the bed and banks (e.g., sand, clay, bedrock); erosion comes from the power and Bedforms: Ait, Antidune, Dune, Current ripple.


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Studies of the response of river deltas, which are among the most vulnerable natural objects. Rzhanitsyn, N.A. () Morphological and hydrological regularities of the structure of the river net, translated by Krimgold for USDA, original Gidrometeoizdat, Leningrad.

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