Anthropogenic changes to watersheds and rivers have been a dominant cause of adjustments in the geomorphology and sedimentology of fluvial systems. These changes range from hillslope hydrology, to sediment budgets, to channel and floodplain morphological responses, to sedimentary layers recorded in the stratigraphic record. These sessions will present original research on anthropogeomorphic changes and rates of changes to hillslope and channels as water and sediment delivery and conveyance systems. They will also include evidence, methods, and models used to demonstrate or simulate these effects. The emphasis will be on hydrologic or geomorphic changes over time scales ranging from prehistory to on-going processes.
|Presenter||Francis J. Magilligan*, Department of Geography, Dartmouth College, Maura O. Roberts, Department of Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, Mackenzie K. Marti, Department of Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, Carl E. Renshaw, Department of Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, Role of run-of-river dams on sediment longitudinal connectivity and channel equilibrium||20||12:40 PM|
|Presenter||Edgardo Latrubesse*, University of Texas at Austin, Department of Geography and the Environment, Austin, TX, USA, Eugenio Arima, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Geography and the Environment, Austin, TX, USA, Sergio H de Moura Nogueira, Federal University of Goias, IESA-LAPIG, Goiania, GO, Brazil, Manuel Eduardo Ferreira, Federal University of Goias, IESA-LAPIG, Goiania, GO, Brazil, Rivers and the destruction of the Cerrado biome of Brazil||20||1:00 PM|
|Presenter||J. Michael Daniels*, University of Denver, Jaromir Benes, University of Southern Bohemia, Kristina Janeckova-Molnarova, Czech University of Life Sciences, Josef Krasa, Czech Technical University, Tomas Matys Grygar, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences, Petr Sklenicka, Czech University of Life Sciences, Sustainable soil erosion mitigation over centennial timescales||20||1:20 PM|
|Presenter||Anne Chin*, University of Colorado Denver, Rachel Gidley, University of Colorado Denver, Lauren Tyner, University of Colorado Denver, Ken Gregory, University of Southampton, Four decades of channel adjustments co-evolving with management in urbanizing Fountain Hills, Arizona||20||1:40 PM|
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