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PrécisionPublications_scientifiques
ThèmeAménagementsArchéologie
Contaminants associésCrues
ErosionGéochimie
GéomorphologieGestion
Interactions faune ou florePaléoenvironnements
RéglementationStocks
ThermieTransport solide
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AuteurRodrigues S. et al.
Date de publication2006
ReferenceFlow and sediment dynamics in the vegetated secondary channels of an anabranching river: The Loire River (France), Sedimentary Geology, Vol. 186, pp 89?109
RattachementUPRES EA2100, Laboratoire de Géologie des Environnements Aquatiques Continentaux, UFR Sciences et Techniques, Université François Rabelais, Parc de Grandmont, 37200, Tours, France Université Polytechnique de Bucarest, Département d'Hydraulique, 313
Période considéréeActuel
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PPT Figure 1: Location of the study area in the catchment basin of the Loire river (a) and (b) morphological configuration of secondary channel A. Crosssections are indicated (CS1 to CS15). 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 2: Hydrograph at the gauging station of Langeais (located 4.5 km upstream of the study site) between 1994 and 2003. Floods 1 and 6 are characterized by several peaks (a and b for flood 1; a, b,... 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 3: Morphological configuration and bedforms of secondary channel A (2nd April 2000). Scale in photos is 12 cm wide and 30 cm high. 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 4: Bedform evolution between floods 1 to 6 in the secondary channel A. 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 5: Difference in DEMs between surveys (a, b) performed on the secondary channel A (hachured areas correspond to scour); scour and fill volume calculated between surveys (c) 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 6: Scoured and deposited volumes of sediment (a) and sediment budgets (b) calculated on each cross-section between surveys 2 to 4. Crosssections CS1 and 13 (c). 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 7: Sediment heights scoured and filled during flood 6 (estimated with the help of scour chains). 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 8: Normalized velocity profiles measured for four flow conditions in the secondary channel A during flood 6. 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 9: (a) Mean flow velocities computed by the program and compared to field data; (b) mean shear stress longitudinal evolution computed by the program for discharges ranging from 779 to 1588 m3 /... 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 10: Characteristics of in-channel woody vegetation present in the secondary channel. 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.
PPT Figure 11: Cartoon of flow and sedimentary behaviour of the secondary channel A during moderate and significant discharge. 2006 Rodrigues S. et al.