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Magnitude and frequency analysis in large rivers

Magnitude and frequency analysis in large rivers

Pages 782-787 1987

A study of the magnitude and frequency of sediment transport was conducted on the Mississippi River at Natchez, MS, Red River at Alexandria, LA, and Pearl River at Bogalusa, LA. The individual flow increment transporting the most sediment was found to have a recurrence interval of slightly less than or equal to 1 year for all three rivers.--Modified book abstract.

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