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Dynamics of fluvial and slope processes in the changing geomorphic environment of Singapore



Dynamics of fluvial and slope processes in the changing geomorphic environment of Singapore



Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 19(7): 585-607



Storm-based and time-based data, from undisturbed rain forests, heavily disturbed construction sites, urban grass-covered slopes and an experimental plot in Singapore, were collected to observe the impact of rainwater on the soil moisture conditions, surface microtopography, runoff generation, sediment movement and ground lowering in the three different categories of land use.

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DOI: 10.1002/esp.3290190702


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