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Bank erosion management based on geomorphological, ecological and economic criteria on the Galaure River, France
365149109492300 - Laguna Creek below Dennehotso near Kayenta, AZ - 2020/06/02 Terrestrial Lidar Data
This is a terrestrial LiDAR laser scanner dataset of an intermittent waterway named Laguna Creek near the community of Dennehotso, AZ collected on June 2, 2020. The reach scanned for this study is located at the bridge where State Route 160 crosses the waterway. The river channel on the upstream side of the bridge has experienced bank erosion over recent years. A bank stabilization project was implemented by the Arizona Department of Transportation in 2018. This scan is intended to capture the condition of the bank in 2020 and be used to measure any changes to the bank protection that has occurred since the installation.. A Leica MS-60 Multistation was used for the laser scanner data collection. Multiple scans were...
Channel Evolution of the Hatchie River Near the U.S. Highway 51 Crossing in Lauderdale and Tipton Counties, West Tennessee
This metadata record documents 2 comma delimited tables that support the journal article "Bank-derived material dominates fluvial sediment in a suburban Chesapeake Bay watershed" by Cashman and others, in review. They consist of a source and target dataset.
Monitoring and management of streambank erosion and natural revegetation on the lower Gordon River, Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Australia
The impacts of ski slope development on stream channel morphology in the White River National Forest, Colorado, USA
The combined influence of tree-clearing, road construction, snowmaking, and machine-grading can cause increased flow and sediment loads along streams in or adjacent to commercial ski resorts. These changes to stream channels can increase bank failures, bed material size, pool scour, and, in extreme cases, channel incision. We used field data from the White River National Forest in Colorado, which includes several major ski resorts, to test the hypothesis that ski slope development causes a significant difference in bank stability, undercut banks, fine sediment, wood load, pool residual depth, and particle size (D84) between the ski area project streams and reference streams. We further hypothesize that the changes...
BIG SIOUX RIVER AT AND IN THE VICINITY OF SIOUX CITY, IOWA AND NORTH SIOUX CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA (DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT)
Channel Widening Characteristics and Bank Slope Development along a Reach of Cane Creek, West Tennessee