River channels - pattern, structure and dynamics
Krzemień K. (red.), 1999, River channels - pattern, structure and dynamics, Prace Geograficzne, z. 104.
Recenzje: Adam Kotarba
Język publikacji: angielski
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River channel mapping instruction. Key to the river bed description
Classification systems of mountain river channels
Structure and dynamics of the high-mountain channel of river plima in The Ortler-Cevedale massif (south Tirol)
Channel typology for the river Feshie in the Cairngorm Mts, Scotland
Morphodynamic structure of a river channel in a late-glacial relief area (Case of the Łeba River, Pomorze Region in the North-Western Poland)
River channel structure in a late glaciation area. An example of the upper Szeszupa river (Suwałki Lakeland, northeastern Poland)
Typology of river channel processes and the regional differentiation of river channels in Russia and neighbouring countries
Summary: The typology of river channel processes is based on an analysis of those processes, defined as a combination of phenomena inherent in the interaction of flows and river beds; erosion, transportation and accumulation. It is shown that the river channel process types correspond to the distinguished river channels of mountain, semi-mountain, and flatland type of rivers. The morphodynamic classification also includes the geomorphologic channel types (broad floodplain, incised, and adapted), types of large river channel forms, morphodynamic types of river channels themselves, the hierarchy of river channel forms and the types of relief, which shapes the corresponding classification blocks. Consideration is given to the peculiarities in the distribution of rivers with different types of river channel processes, and the geomorphologic and morphodynamic types of river channels in Russia and neighbouring countries. Connections are shown between these peculiarities and the free and restricted conditions of river channel deformation development, river channel-forming discharges, etc.
Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): channel typology, Russia.
Prace Geograficzne, 1999, z. 104, s. 125-140.
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