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Fluvial Geomorphology

Tripod mounted LiDAR can survey millions of points in a 100 m reach in minutes ...

Monitoring Bank Erosion Using Tripod Mounted LiDAR

Tripod mounted LiDAR can survey millions of points in a 100 m reach in minutes ...

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Channel morphology downstream of 11 run-of-the-river dams in Pennsylvania and Maryland

Downstream Effects of Dams

Channel morphology downstream of 11 run-of-the-river dams in Pennsylvania and Maryland

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ncreased mid-20th century bank erosion rates related to the demise of mill dams

Demise of Colonial Mill Dams Linked to Increased Rates of River Bank Erosion, South River, Virginia

ncreased mid-20th century bank erosion rates related to the demise of mill dams

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Quantifying Riverbank Erosion On the South River, Virginia, and its Importance in Assessing Mercury Contamination

South River Bank Erosion

Quantifying Riverbank Erosion On the South River, Virginia, and its Importance in Assessing Mercury Contamination

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Overbank Flows are Swallowed by Channel Widening in a Laboratory Flume

Why Rivers Flood

Overbank Flows are Swallowed by Channel Widening in a Laboratory Flume

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Anatomy and Dynamics of a Floodplain, Powder River, Montana

Powder River Floodplain

Anatomy and Dynamics of a Floodplain, Powder River, Montana

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The Effects of Climate and Land Use Changes on Gravel Riverbeds of Suburban Maryland: A Modeling Study

Gravel Riverbeds

The Effects of Climate and Land Use Changes on Gravel Riverbeds of Suburban Maryland: A Modeling Study

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