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Meandering River Adjustments of Equilibrium- from Ancient Times to 2013 and Beyond
Author : Ana Maria Da Silva
The word meandering is derived from the Menderes River, located in southwestern Turkey, and in ancient times known to the Greek as Maiandros.
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Chapter : Hydrolink Magazine
Category : 2012
Article : Issue 4 - Special Issue on Fluid Mechanics
Date Published : 30/01/2013
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