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An analytical model for stream sediment transport: application to Murray and Murrumbidgee river reaches, Australia


, : An analytical model for stream sediment transport: application to Murray and Murrumbidgee river reaches, Australia. Hydrological Processes 13(5): 763-776

A model is proposed for the transport of suspended sediment in single stream reaches that permits a characterization of the dynamics of sediment sources and sinks, and routes concentrations through a stream network.

Accession: 003037303

DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1099-1085(19990415)13:5<763::aid-hyp779>3.0.co;2-c

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