The Hydrology, Geomorphology and Quaternary Palaeochannels of the Lachlan Valley, New South Wales
This thesis examines the present-day and Late Quaternary fluvial geomorphology and hydrology of the upper Lachlan Valley in central western New South Wales. The sediments and morphology of the channel and floodplain are described from its principal alluvial reaches: the confined, single channel reach from Cowra to Gooloogong, the unconfined, single-channel reach between Gooloogong and Cadow, and the anabranching reach on the Condobolin Plain. Present-day channel and floodplain morphology...[Show more]
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