Flood channel morphology of a quiet river, the Lachlan downstream from Cowra, southeastern Australia
Detailed geomorphic mapping and sediment analyses of floodplain features were undertaken on a 30-km reach of the Lachlan River in southeastern Australia. The reach is located in the transitional zone between the southern Great Dividing Range and extensive alluvial plains to the west. The channel resembles other fine-grained, low-energy, alluvial channels; it is muddy, narrow and deep, and meanders irregularly. It contains fine-grained accreting bench deposits, and, in places, is influenced by...[Show more]
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