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PrécisionPublications_scientifiques
ThèmeAménagementsArchéologie
Contaminants associésCrues
ErosionGéochimie
GéomorphologieGestion
Interactions faune ou florePaléoenvironnements
RéglementationStocks
ThermieTransport solide
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AuteurEuler T. et al.
Date de publication2014
ReferenceInfluence of inclination and permeability of solitary woody riparian plants on local hydraulic and sedimentary processes. Hydrological Processes, 28(3), pp. 1358-1371
RattachementHydrotec, Ingenieurgesellschaft für Wasser und Umwelt mbH, Aachen, Germany
Période considéréeAnthropocene
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