Channel processes in the rivers of mountains, foothills and plains
Chalov R., Kamykowska M., Krzemień K. (red), 2006, Channel processes in the rivers of mountains, foothills and plains, Prace Geograficzne, z. 116.
Język publikacji: angielski
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Summary: The impact of valley debris-flows (siela2 in Russian) on the main channel development and fluvial processes involves a direct influence on the channel itself and an indirect influence of a modified pattern of water and bedload discharge. Taking into account the mutual influences of the main river and the valley debris-flows four main types of debris-flow impact nodes (DIN) were identified in the Baksan valley. The most evident impact of valley debris flows on the main river channel and its longitudinal profile can be seen in the type one impact zone. It characteristically features torrential cones and evident nick-points of the longitudinal profile. Three types of reaches can be identified in the main river channel in this zone: headwater reach, direct impact reach and a reach with active transformation of the supplied debris. This DIN tends to evolve at the confluences with tributaries with highly frequent debris-flows containing large volumes of material.
Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): mountain river, channel, longitudinal profile, torrential cone, valley debris-flows, debris-flow impact nodes.
Prace Geograficzne, 2006, z. 116, s. 133-142.
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