Channel-floodplain connectivity during an extreme flood event: implications for sediment erosion, deposition, and delivery
The term connectivity has emerged as a powerful concept in hydrology and geomorphology and is emerging as an innovative component of catchment erosion modeling studies. However, considerable confusion remains regarding its definition and quantification, e
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