Monitoring of sediment runoff and observation basin for sediment movements focused on active sediment control in Jo-Gan-Ji River
Continuously measuring sediment runoff along multiple sections of the Jo-Gan-Ji River is necessary to understand both the propagation of sediment as well as the changing of grain sizes in order to appropriately evaluate sediment yielding from debris flows temporally and spatially. The present study proposes a combination of sediment monitoring tools and appropriate equipment to identify various sediment transport modes from wash load to bedload in mountainous torrents. As a result of monitoring runoff volume and grain sizes, sediment management can be achieved. In the Jo-Gan-Ji River basin in ...
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Nagayama, Takahiko; Furuya, Tomohiko; Matsuda, Satoru; Itoh, Takahiro; Fujita, Masaharu; Mizuyama, Takahisa
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