If your work is related to river science, please consider submitting an abstract to the session River Dynamics: Forms, Processes, and Observations at the (virtual) AAG Annual Meeting 2021. Our goal is to bring together a wide range of studies on river dynamics including geomorphology, hydrology, hydraulics, ecology as well as interdisciplinary studies connecting these dynamics to society across all spatial and temporal scales.
Please contact session organizers Quinn Lewis (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tanya Shukla (email@example.com) with the abstract and author PIN to participate in the session.
River systems are highly dynamic and driven by the interactions among geomorphic, hydraulic, hydrologic, ecological, and anthropogenic processes. Rivers move sediment and flow constituents from uplands to oceans, dynamically shaping the landscape along the way. Improved understanding of river dynamics is also vital for dealing 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 of all aspects of river dynamics (geomorphology, hydrology, hydraulics, ecology) and the interaction of these dynamics 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||Sumaiya Tul Siddique*, Louisiana State University, Kory Konsoer, Louisiana State University, Peter Wampler, Grand Valley State University, Assessing over 100-years of geomorphic change and anthropogenic alterations on the Grand River, Michigan.||15||8:00 AM|
|Presenter||Mary O'Brien, Eastern Washington University, Erin Dascher*, Eastern Washington University, How the River Runs: Measuring stream fragmentation in urban and non-urban watersheds||15||8:15 AM|
|Presenter||Laurence Smith*, University of California - Los Angeles, Rivers of Power||15||8:30 AM|
|Presenter||Dan Royall*, UNC-Greensboro, Urban Stream Bank Composition and Network Sedimentation Patterns||15||8:45 AM|
|Presenter||Allan James*, University Of South Carolina, Allison M. Pfeiffer, Western Washington University, Chen-Ling J. Hung, Tamkang University, Taiwan, Centennial-Scale Anthropogeomorphic Change: Legacies of Hydraulic Mining in Greenhorn Creek, California||15||9:00 AM|
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