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ThèmeAménagementsArchéologie
Contaminants associésCrues
ErosionGéochimie
GéomorphologieGestion
Interactions faune ou florePaléoenvironnements
RéglementationStocks
ThermieTransport solide
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AuteurRodrigues S. et al.
Date de publication2007
ReferenceIn-channel woody vegetation controls on sedimentary processes and the sedimentary record within alluvial environments: a modern example of an anabranch of the River Loire, France, Sedimentology, Vol. 54, pp 223?242
RattachementUPRES EA2100, laboratoire de Ge´ologie des Environnements Aquatiques Continentaux (Ge´EAC), UFR Sciences et Techniques, Universite´ Franc¸ois Rabelais, Parc de Grandmont, 37200, Tours Equipe VST, axe Dynamiques Environnementales et Paysage`res, UMR
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IMG Figure 6: Maps of critical boundary shear stress computed from the grain size of sediments of plots 1 to 7 after flood 1; CWD, coarse woody debris. 2007 Rodrigues S. et al.
IMG Figure 7: Difference in digital elevation models (DEMs) and sediment budgets between floods 1 and 4, 4 and 5, and 5 and 6. The scale of differences of elevation varies for each plot. 2007 Rodrigues S. et al.
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IMG Figure 11: Conceptual models of functioning and evolution of sparsely vegetated bars. 2007 Rodrigues S. et al.