Linking fluvial and aeolian morphodynamics in the Grand Canyon, USA

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In river valleys, fluvial and upland landscapes are intrinsically linked through sediment exchange between the active channel, near-channel fluvial deposits, and higher elevation upland deposits. During floods, sediment is transferred from channels to low-elevation nearchannel deposits [Schmidt and Rubin, 1995]. Particularly in dryland river valleys, subsequent aeolian reworking of these flood deposits redistributes sediment to higher elevation upland sites, thus maintaining naturallyoccurring aeolian landscapes [Draut, 2012].

Publication type Conference Paper
Publication Subtype Conference Paper
Title Linking fluvial and aeolian morphodynamics in the Grand Canyon, USA
Year Published 2017
Language English
Publisher University of Trento - Italy
Contributing office(s) Southwest Biological Science Center
Description 1 p.
Larger Work Type Book
Larger Work Subtype Conference publication
Larger Work Title RCEM 2017 - Back to Italy: The 10th Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics
First page 204
Last page 204
Country United States
Other Geospatial Grand Canyon
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