Channel processes in the rivers of mountains, foothills and plains
Chalov R., Kamykowska M., Krzemień K. (red), 2006, Channel processes in the rivers of mountains, foothills and plains, Prace Geograficzne, z. 116.
Język publikacji: angielski
Human impact on the hydrological regimen and fluvial processes of the River Wda
Changes in geomorphology of new shoreline after the filling of the Włocławek artificial lake
Summary: This long-term (35 year) study of the coastal zone of the Włocławek Reservoir on the River Vistula presents three stages in its evolution: 1) acceleration of the transformation rate, 2) variable falling rates of transformation, 3) a dynamic equilibrium. These stages may be regarded as typical for medium sized lowland valley artificial lakes (20-100 km2 in area and 0.1-1.0 km3 in volume) with low water level fluctuations (annual amplitudes of ? 1 m, and daily amplitudes of 10-20 cm).
Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): lacustrine bank transformation, abrasion, landslides, Włocławek Reservoir.
Prace Geograficzne, 2006, z. 116, s. 23-32.
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