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Variation in cross-sectional asymmetry of coarse bedload river channels = Variation dans l'asymétrie des sections transversales des chenaux de rivières à charge de fond grossièreMILNE, J. A.Earth surface processes and landforms. 1983, Vol 8, Num 5, pp 503-511, issn 0197-9337Article

Cellular modelling in fluvial geomorphologyNICHOLAS, A.P.Earth surface processes and landforms. 2005, Vol 30, Num 5, pp 645-649, issn 0197-9337, 5 p.Article

Hydrogeomorphology downstream of bridges: one mechanism of channel widening = Hydrogéomorphologie en aval des ponts: un mécanisme d'élargissement du lit de la rivièreDOUGLAS, I.Applied geography (Sevenoaks). 1985, Vol 5, Num 2, pp 167-170, issn 0143-6228Article

Discriminant function analysis of compositional data: an example from hydraulic geometryRIDENOUR, G.S; GIARDINO, J.R.Physical geography. 1994, Vol 15, Num 5, pp 481-492, issn 0272-3646Article

Optimum channel geometry and minimum energy dissipation rate = Géométrie du chenal optimale et taux de dissipation d'énergie minimalCHIH TED YANG; SONG, C.C.S.International symposium on river sedimentation. 4. 1989, 762Conference Paper

Width formation of alluvial rivers = Formation en largeur des rivièresCHANG, H.H.International symposium on river sedimentation. 2. 1983, pp 724-729Conference Paper

A cellular model of river meanderingCOULTHARD, T.J; VAN DE WIEL, M.J.Earth surface processes and landforms. 2006, Vol 31, Num 1, pp 123-132, issn 0197-9337, 10 p.Article

Wandelexcursie in de meander van Stokkem-Dilsen = Excursion-promenade dans le méandre de Stokkem-DilsenVAN LOOY, K; VAN GHELUE, P.De Aardrijkskunde. 1997, Num 4, pp 55-63Article

Debris-fan constrictions and flood hydraulics in river canyons: some implications from two-dimensional flow modelingMILLER, A.J.Earth surface processes and landforms. 1994, Vol 19, Num 8, pp 681-697, issn 0197-9337Article

Channel types and morphological classificationTHORNE, C. R.Applied fluvial geomorphology for river engineering and management. 1997, pp 178-222, isbn 0-471-96968-0Book Chapter

The influence of pool length on local turbulence production and energy slope : a flume experimentTHOMPSON, D.M.Earth surface processes and landforms. 2004, Vol 29, Num 11, pp 1341-1358, issn 0197-9337, 18 p.Article

Pool and riffle characteristics in relation to channel gradientWOHL, E. E; VINCENT, K. R; MERRITTS, D. J et al.Geomorphology (Amsterdam). 1993, Vol 6, Num 2, pp 99-110, issn 0169-555XArticle

How do gravel-bed rivers braid?ASHMORE, P. E.Canadian journal of earth sciences (Print). 1991, Vol 28, Num 3, pp 326-341, issn 0008-4077Article

Hydromorphological classification of Slovenian riversREPNIK MAH, P; MIKOŠ, M; BIZJAK, A et al.Acta geographica Slovenica. 2010, Vol 50, Num 2, pp 201-229, issn 1581-6613, 29 p.Article

Characteristics of small offset streams crossing strike-slip faults in JapanOUCHI, S.Geographical review of Japan. English edition. 2006, Num 1, pp 1-19, issn 1347-9555, 19 p.Article

Transport of large woody debris in the presence of obstaclesBOCCHIOLA, D; RULLI, M.C; ROSSO, R et al.Geomorphology (Amsterdam). 2006, Vol 76, Num 1-2, pp 166-178, issn 0169-555X, 13 p.Article

Statistical models of fluvial systemsRHOADS, B. L.Geomorphology (Amsterdam). 1992, Vol 5, Num 3-5, pp 433-455, issn 0169-555XConference Paper

Složno razvetvlennye rusla ravninnyh rek : usloviâ formirovaniâ, morfologiâ i deformaciiČALOV, R.S.Vodnye resursy. 2001, Vol 28, Num 2, pp 166-171, issn 0321-0596, 6 p.Article

Analysis of riverbank instability due to toe scour and lateral erosionTHORNE, C.R; ABT, S.R.Earth surface processes and landforms. 1993, Vol 18, Num 9, pp 835-843, issn 0197-9337Article

Effects on bedload transport of experimental removal of woody debris from a forest gravel-bed streamSMITH, R.D; SIDLE, R.C; PORTER, P.E et al.Earth surface processes and landforms. 1993, Vol 18, Num 5, pp 455-468, issn 0197-9337Article

Formation and development of stream potholes in a gorge in GuangdongWANG, W; LIANG, M; HUANG, S et al.Journal of geographical sciences. Acta geographica sinica. 2009, Vol 19, Num 1, pp 118-128, issn 1009-637X, 11 p.Article

Evaluation des puissances spécifiques de rivières de moyenne et de haute BelgiquePETIT, F; HALLOT, E; HOUBRECHTS, G et al.Bulletin - Société géographique de Liège. 2005, Num 46, pp 37-50, issn 0770-7576, 14 p.Article

Hydraulic geometry and maximum flow efficiency as products of the principle of least actionHUANG, H.Q; NANSON, G.C.Earth surface processes and landforms. 2000, Vol 25, Num 1, pp 1-16, issn 0197-9337Article

Least action principle, equilibrium states, iterative adjustment and the stability of alluvial channelsNANSON, G.C; HUANG, H.Q.Earth surface processes and landforms. 2008, Vol 33, Num 6, pp 923-942, issn 0197-9337, 20 p.Article

Hyporheic flow as a potential geomorphic agent in the evolution of channel morphology in a gravel-bed riverTAKAHASHI, G; GOMI, T; SASA, K et al.Catena (Giessen). 2008, Vol 73, Num 3, pp 239-248, issn 0341-8162, 10 p.Article

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