Comparison of digital terrain and field-based channel derivation methods in a subalpine catchment, Front Range, Colorado
Understanding the reliability of digitally derived channel networks for mountainous headwater catchments is important to many water resource and land-use management applications. Digital elevation models (DEMs) have become an essential tool for an increasing array of mountain runoff analyses. The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of digitally-derived topographic variables on channel network formation for a high-elevation glaciated watershed. To accomplish this, our objectives were to (1) test how differences in gridded DEM resolution affect spatially distributed topographic ...
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Slope channels on an active margin : a 3D study of the variability, occurrence, and proportions of slope channel geomorphology in the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand Author(s):Pehlivan, Victoria
Date Submitted:2019The study of active margin channels has become more accessible with the increased amount of high resolution three dimensional seismic surveys. Channels play an important role in sediment transport from continental region ...
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Date Submitted:2017This dissertation focuses on the southern California active margin continental slopes, and tests the hypothesis that deepwater slope architectures on active continental margins differ from passive margins or foreland basins ...
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