Fluvial systems are highly dynamic and driven by the interactions among fluvial, hydrologic, ecologic, and anthropogenic processes. Fluvial processes are the most important geomorphic agent responsible for transporting sediment and flow constituents from uplands to oceans, dynamically shaping the landscape along the way. Improved understanding of fluvial dynamics is also vital to deal with socio-economic problems such as floods, water supply, sedimentation, and climate change, and to develop effective river management and restoration strategies. This session invites studies on fluvial forms and processes, and their interaction with society, across all spatial and temporal scales using a range of field, modeling, and remote sensing approaches in a variety of geographic settings.
|Presenter||Tanya Shukla*, Geography, University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, Quinn Lewis, Department of Earth & Atmospheric Science, Indiana University Bloomington, Bruce Rhoads, Geography, University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, Flow Structure at Three Small Confluences during Transport-Effective Flow Stages||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Kory Konsoer*, Louisiana State University, Living with the Grand River: Assessing over 100-years of geomorphic change and human interactions.||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Kayla Coonen*, Missouri State University, Robert Pavlowsky, Missouri State University, Spatial patterns of bank erosion and deposition in two Missouri Ozark watersheds||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Ranbir Kang*, WIU, Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Geographic Information Sciences, High Resolution Surveys of Stream Bed Roughness Using Terrestrial LiDAR||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Melinda Daniels*, Stroud Water Research Center, Modifying hillslope and channel hydrogeomorphic transport regimes to mitigate anthropogenic watershed changes and restore headwater stream networks||15||12:00 AM|
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