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by D. E. Walling,Timothy R. H. Davies,T. Hasolt

Download Erosion, Debris Flows, and Environment in Mountain Regions (Iahs Publication, No. 209) ePub
  • ISBN 0947571388
  • ISBN13 978-0947571382
  • Language English
  • Author D. E. Walling,Timothy R. H. Davies,T. Hasolt
  • Publisher Intl Assn of Hydrological Sciences (July 1, 1992)
  • Pages 485
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  • Subcategory Science and Mathematics
  • Size ePub 1363 kb
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The symposium was organized by the International Commission on Continental Erosion of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences and the Institute of Mountain Disasters and Environment, Academia Sinica.

The symposium was organized by the International Commission on Continental Erosion of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences and the Institute of Mountain Disasters and Environment, Academia Sinica. Includes bibliographical references. IAHS Publication No. 209. View via Publisher.

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Publications: Red Book series (proceedings and reports), Blue Books (the Special Publications series), the Benchmark Papers in Hydrology Series and the Hydrological Sciences Journal. Chengdu Symposium, 1992, Erosion, Debris Flows and Environment in Mountain Regions. Contents for Erosion, Debris Flows and Environment in Mountain Regions.

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Debris Flow Valley Floor Mountain Front Mountain Environment Flood Magnitude. H IAHS Publication 209, 29–36. and Markgraf, V. (Ed. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Fluvial Hydraulics of Mountain Regions. Armanini, A and Di Silvio, G. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 251–266. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. IAHS Publication 209, 29–36.

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Erosion, Debris Flows and Environment in Mountain Regions (Proceedings of the Chengdu Symposium, July 1992). There was no surface channel flow and no near-surface flow through the colluvial wedge.

The published debris flow maps of some regions and dis

Debris flow hazards for mountain regions of Russia: regional features and key events. publications about debris flows in Russia and other countries of former USSR (Vlasov and. Krasheninnikova 1969; Vlasov 2008,2017). Experts needed the official map of debris flow hazard in USSR for state standards in. civil design and development. The published debris flow maps of some regions and dis-. tricts could not be used for the map of all country, because they covered only small part of. mountain areas, and their legends were compiled using different principles.

Debris-flow behaviour -an integrated overview. Proceedings, Int. Symp. on Erosion, Debris Flow and Environment in Mountain Regions, Chengdu, China, . Publication No. 206, 217–226. Debris Flow', C. in Slope Instability, ed. D. Brunsden and . Prior, J. Wiley and Sons. Kang Zhicheng, et al. (1987). A comprehensive investigation and control planning for debris flow in the Xiaojiang River of Yunnan Province. Scientific and Technical Publishing C. Chongching, Sichuan, China (in Chinese).

Congresses, Debris avalanches, Erosion, Soil erosion.

Debris Flows and Environment in Mountain Regions. No. 209, pp. 101-111. The rill structure has a profound influence on the flow and erosion pattern over a hillslope, and therefore needs to be represented in physical models in an appropriate manner. Downloaded from ascelibrary. org by University of California, Davis on 10/30/15. For personal use only; all rights reserved. Engineering Approaches to Lake Management.