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The structure, function and management implications of fluvial sedimentary systems : selected papers for the International symposium on

Dyer, Fiona J. ; Thoms, Martin C. ; Olley, Jon M.

Wallingford : International association of hydrological sciences, 2002

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  • Titre:
    The structure, function and management implications of fluvial sedimentary systems : selected papers for the International symposium on
  • Autre(s) auteur(s): Dyer, Fiona J. ;
    Thoms, Martin C. ;
    Olley, Jon M.
  • Sujets: Sédiment ;
    Flux sédimentaire ;
    Sédimentation actuelle ;
    Sédimentation fluviatile ;
    Bassin fluvial ;
    Morphologie fluviatile ;
    Erosion fluviatile ;
    Morphologie érosion
  • Description: Mines : Selected papers for the International symposium on the Structure, function and management implications of fluvial sedimentary systems held at Alice Springs, Australia, from 2 to 6 september 2002. The symposium was convened by the International commission on Continental erosion of the International association of Hydrological sciences and the International hydrology programme of UNESCO
  • Titres liés: Collection : IAHS publication IAHS Series of Proceedings and Reports
  • Éditeur: Wallingford : International association of hydrological sciences
  • Date de publication: 2002
  • Format: 1 vol. (X-484 p.) : Ill. ; 24 cm
  • Langue: Anglais
  • Identifiant: ISBN 1-901502-96-1 ;ISSN 0144-7815
  • Source: Mines ParisTech (catalogue)

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