Downstream trends in flow, channel morphology, and sediments were investigated over 220. km of the middle and upper alluvial Lachlan River in southeastern Australia. The Lachlan is a perennial river that rises from temperate, humid highlands and flows inland into a semiarid low-gradient plain lacking perennial tributaries. Long daily stage records were used to calculate flow parameters and flood frequencies in single and anabranching channel reaches of the river. Morphological trends were based...[Show more]
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