Predicting suspended sediment loads at a catchment scale: A comparison between models
Owing to financial and other constraints on natural resource management, comprehensive data on the physical processes that determine instream water quality are rare. Consequently, managers are looking to models as decision-making tools. One important application is to identify areas in greatest need of erosion management. There are many ways that suspended sediment loads can be assessed. The main constraints in the determination of loads are the data available and the scale at which this...[Show more]
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