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Morphodynamics Effects of Vegetation and Large Wood in Braided Rivers
Author : Luca Mao et al
Riparian vegetation plays a crucial role in shaping rivers, acting as an ecological engineer that can increase roughness, stabilize banks, and reduce the number of anabranches in braided rivers (Gurnell, 2014). The geomorphic impact of living plants continues even after their erosion from the banks and transportation through the fluvial network.
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Article : Issue 3 - EU Hydraulic Research Infrastructure Network: Hydralab IV
Date Published : 03/10/2014
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