Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

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Edited By: Professor S. N. Lane

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Special Issues


Virtual Special Issues are collections of papers that have been solicited and managed by Guest Editors of the journal. Previously, we had published these in print form but, since 2009, our Special Issues are on-line only. This allows Earth Surface Processes and Landforms to publish Special Issue manuscripts on-line and in-print in a timely fashion, not held back by the slowest paper in review, and then to bring the Special Issue together on-line once all papers are published. ESPL welcomes suggestions for Special Issues, which should be addressed to the journal’s Managing Editor.

Planetary dune analogues - Special Issue, March2014

Guest Editor:Mark A.Bishop

ESEX Commentary
Planetary dune analogues: a special issue on integrating models, remote sensing and field data
Mark A. Bishop

Advances in automated detection of sand dunes on Mars
Bandeira, L., Marques, J.S., Saraiva, J., Pina, P.

Dune field development, interactions and boundary conditions for crescentic and stellate megadunes of the Al Liwa basin, the Empty Quarter
Bishop, M.A

The influence of local topography for wind direction on Mars: two examples of dune fields in crater basins
Cardinale, M., Komatsu, G., Silvestro, S., Tirsch, D

Shifting sands on Mars: insights from tropical intra-crater dunes
Geissler, P.E., Stantzos, N.W., Bridges, N.T., Bourke, M.C., Silvestro, S., Fenton, L.K

Mars Global Digital Dune Database (MGD3): north polar region (MC-1) distribution, applications, and volume estimates
Hayward, R.K

Volcaniclastic aeolian deposits at Sunset Crater, Arizona: terrestrial analogs for Martian dune forms
Hooper, D.M., McGinnis, R.N., Necsoiu, M

The application of COSI-Corr to determine dune system dynamics in the southern Namib Desert using ASTER data
Scheidt, S.P., Lancaster, N

Analysis of Transverse Aeolian Ridge profiles derived from HiRISE images of Mars
Shockey, K.M., Zimbelman, J.R

Interpretation of the complex dune morphology on Mars: dune activity, modelling and a terrestrial analogue
Silvestro, S., Fenton, L.K., Michaels, T.I., Valdez, A., Ori, G.G

Spectral and petrologic analyses of basaltic sands in Ka'u Desert (Hawaii) – implications for the dark dunes on Mars
Tirsch, D., Craddock, R.A., Platz, T., Maturilli, A., Helbert, J., Jaumann, R

Cross-sectional profiles of sand ripples, megaripples, and dunes: a method for discriminating between formational mechanisms
Zimbelman, J.R., Williams, S.H., Johnston, A.K

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Coastal Geomorphology - Special Issue, November 2013

Guest Editors: Chris Houser and Jean Ellis

ESEX Commentary
A tribute to the influence of Dr Robin Davidson-Arnott in coastal and aeolian geomorphology

Chris Houser, Jean Ellis

Wind direction and complex sediment transport response across a beach–dune system
Bernard O. Bauer, Robin G. D. Davidson-Arnott, Ian J. Walker, Patrick A. Hesp, Jeff Ollerhead

Reynolds stress and sand transport over a foredune
Connie Chapman, Ian J. Walker, Patrick A. Hesp, Bernard O. Bauer, Robin G. D. Davidson-Arnott, Jeff Ollerhead

Monitoring considerations for a dynamic dune restoration project: Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, British Columbia, Canada.
Ian B. Darke, Jordan B. R. Eamer, Hawley E. R. Beaugrand, Ian J. Walker

High-frequency sediment transport responses on a vegetated foredune
R. G. D. Davidson-Arnott, B. O. Bauer, I. J. Walker, P. A. Hesp, J. Ollerhead, C. Chapman

Assessing aeolian beach-surface dynamics using a remote sensing approach
Irene Delgado-Fernandez, Robin Davidson-Arnott, Bernard O. Bauer, Ian J. Walker, Jeff Ollerhead, Hosahng Rhew

Geomorphic and sediment volume responses of a coastal dune complex following invasive vegetation removal
Jordan B. R. Eamer, Ian B. Darke, Ian J. Walker

Small-scale variability in surface moisture on a fine-grained beach: implications for modeling aeolian transport
Brandon L. Edwards, Steven L. Namikas

Erosive water level regime and climatic variability forcing of beach–dune systems on south-western Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Derek K. Heathfield, Ian J. Walker, David E. Atkinson

Aeolian dynamics over a coastal foredune, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Patrick A. Hesp, Ian J. Walker, Connie Chapman, Robin Davidson-Arnott, Bernard O. Bauer

Nearshore circulation over transverse bar and rip morphology with oblique wave forcing
Chris Houser, Ryan Arnott, Steffen Ulzhöfer, Gemma Barrett

Increasing rainfall, decreasing winds, and historical changes in Santa Catarina dunefields, southern Brazil
Graziela Miot da Silva, Patrick A. Hesp

Influence of varying tidal prism on hydrodynamics and sedimentary processes in a hypertidal salt marsh creek
Casey O'Laughlin, Danika van Proosdij

Annual to decadal morphodynamics of the foredune system at Greenwich Dunes, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Jeff Ollerhead, Robin Davidson-Arnott, Ian J. Walker, Sojan Mathew

The influence of topography and approach angles on local deflections of airflow within a coastal blowout
Patrick Pease, Paul Gares

Measurement and modeling of moisture content above an oscillating water table: implications for beach surface moisture dynamics
Phillip P. Schmutz, Steven L. Namikas

Recalibrating aeolian sand transport models
Douglas J. Sherman, Bailiang Li, Jean T. Ellis, Eugene J. Farrell, Luis Parente Maia, Helena Granja

Coastal profile response to sea level rise: a process-based approach
Troels Aagaard and Per Sørensen

Aeolian sediment transport and morphologic change on a managed and an unmanaged foredune
Nancy L. Jackson and Karl F. Nordstrom

Vegetation dynamics on eroding to accreting beach-foredune systems, Florida panhandle
Michael C. A. Bitton and Patrick A. Hesp

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Gravel Bed Rivers - Special Issue, July 2013

Guest Editors: Peter Ashmore and Colin Rennie

ESEX Commentary
Gravel-bed rivers: from particles to patterns
Peter E. Ashmore, Colin D. Rennie

Active width of gravel-bed braided rivers
Peter Ashmore, Walter Bertoldi, J. Tobias Gardner

Do alternate bars affect sediment transport and flow resistance in gravel-bed rivers?
Simona Francalanci, Luca Solari, Marco Toffolon, Gary Parker

Strong seasonality in sand loading and resulting feedbacks on sediment transport, bed texture, and channel planform at Mount Pinatubo, Philippines
Karen B. Gran

Morphodynamics of an extended bar complex, Fraser River, British Columbia
Darren Ham, Michael Church

Particle path characteristics at the large gravel-bed river Danube: results from a tracer study and numerical modelling
Marcel Liedermann, Michael Tritthart, Helmut Habersack

The impact of stress history on bed structure
Anne-Marie Ockelford, Heather Haynes

Testing bedload transport equations with consideration of time scales
Alain Recking, Frédéric Liébault, Christophe Peteuil, Thomas Jolimet

Bedload transport measurements at the Erlenbach stream with geophones and automated basket samplers
Dieter Rickenmann, Jens M. Turowski, Bruno Fritschi, Angela Klaiber, Andreas Ludwig

The response of braided planform configuration to flow variations, bed reworking and vegetation: the case of the Tagliamento River, Italy
Matilde Welber, Walter Bertoldi, Marco Tubino

Environmental change, hydromorphological reference conditions and the restoration of Polish Carpathian rivers
Bartłomiej Wyżga, Joanna Zawiejska, Artur Radecki-Pawlik, Hanna Hajdukiewicz

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Historical Range of Variability in a Geomorphic Context - Special Issue, May 2013

Guest Editors by Ellen Wohl and Sara Rathburn

ESEX Commentary
Introduction to Special issue on the Historical Range of Variability
Ellen Wohl and Sara Rathburn

Using a historical aerial photograph analysis to inform trout habitat restoration efforts
Marshall B. Baillie, Nira L. Salant, John C. Schmidt

How natural are Alpine mountain rivers? Evidence from the Italian Alps.
Francesco Comiti

Use of ergodic reasoning to reconstruct the historical range of variability and evolutionary trajectory of rivers
Kirstie Fryirs, Gary J. Brierley, Wayne D. Erskine

Historical variability and feedbacks among land cover, stream power, and channel geometry along the lower Canadian River floodplain in Oklahoma
Jason P. Julian, Richard E. Thomas, Sayed Moursi, Bruce W. Hoagland, Aondover Tarhule

Post-glacial range of variability in the Conejos River valley, southern Colorado, USA: fluvial response to climate change and sediment supply
Anthony L. Layzell, Martha Cary Eppes, Bradley G. Johnson, John A. Diemer

The role of snow melting upon landslides in the central Argentinean Andes
Stella Moreiras, Maria Sol Lisboa, Leandro Mastrantonio

Natural and historical variability in fluvial processes, beaver activity and climate in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Lyman Persico, Grant Meyer

The beaver meadow complex revisited – the role of beavers in post glacial floodplain development
Lina E. Polvi, Ellen Wohl

Evaluating channel response to an extreme sedimentation event in the context of historical range of variability: Upper Colorado River, USA
Sara L. Rathburn, Zan K. Rubin, Ellen E. Wohl

Historic range of variability in geomorphic processes as a context for restoration: Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA
Zan Rubin, Sara L. Rathburn, Ellen Wohl, Dennis L. Harry

The role of vegetation in mitigating the effects of landscape clearing upon dryland stream response trajectory and restoration potential
Nicola Stromsoe, John Nikolaus Callow

The challenge of modeling pool-riffle morphologies in channels with different densities of large woody debris and boulders
Douglas M. Thompson

Combining historical and process perspectives to infer ranges of geomorphic variability and inform river restoration in a wandering gravel-bed river
Cleo Woelfle-Erskine, Andrew C. Wilcox, Johnnie N. Moore

What should these rivers look like? Historical range of variability and human impacts in the Colorado Front Range, USA
Ellen Wohl

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River bifurcations and avulsion - Special Issue, March 2013

Guest Editors: Maarten Kleinhans and Richard Hardy.

ESEX Commentary
River bifurcations and avulsion
Maarten G. Kleinhans, Richard J. Hardy

Life of a bifurcation in a gravel bed braided river
Walter Bertoldi

Chute channel dynamics in large, sand-bed meandering rivers
Michael Grenfell, Rolf Aalto, Andrew Nicholas

Flow structures and mixing at an idealized bifurcation: a numerical experiment
R. J. Hardy, S. N. Lane, D. Yu

Evolution of a bifurcation in a meandering river with adjustable channel widths, Rhine delta apex, The Netherlands
Maarten G. Kleinhans, Kim M. Cohen, Jantine Hoekstra, Janneke M. IJmker

Evaluating competing hypotheses for the origin and dynamics of river anastomosis
M. G. Kleinhans, T. de Haas, E. Lavooi1, B. Makaske

Splitting rivers at their seams: bifurcations and avulsion
Maarten G. Kleinhans, Robert I. Ferguson, Stuart N. Lane, Richard J. Hardy

Upstream and downstream controls of recent avulsions on the Taquari megafan, Pantanal, south-western Brazil
Bart Makaske, Ben H. P. Maathuis, Carlos R. Padovani, Chris Stolker, Erik Mosselman, Rob H. G. Jongman

Topographic forcing of flow portioning and flow structures at river bifurcations
Stefano Miori, Richard J. Hardy, S. N. Lane

Bifurcation modelling in a meandering gravel-sand bed river
Kees Sloff, Erik Mosselman

An experimental study of discharge partitioning and flow structure at symmetrical bifurcations
Robert E. Thomas, Daniel R. Parsons, Steven D. Sandbach, Gareth M. Keevil, Wouter A. Marra, Richard J. Hardy, James L. Best, Stuart N. Lane, Jessica A. Ross

Sedimentary architecture of abandoned channel fills
Willem H. J. Toonen, Maarten G. Kleinhans, Kim M. Cohen

Modelling the bulk flow of a bedrock-constrained, multichannel reach of the Mekong River, Siphandone, southern Laos
Tri P. D. Van, Paul A. Carling, Peter M. Atkinson

Effects of helical flow in one-dimensional modelling of sediment distribution at river bifurcations
Caroline F. van der Mark, Erik Mosselman

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Marine and River Dune Dynamics - Special Issue, January 2013

Guest Editors: Parsons D, Best J

ESEX Commentary
Bedforms: views and new perspectives from the third international workshop on Marine and River Dune Dynamics (MARID3)
Parsons D, Best J

A simple model of bedform migration
Bartholdy J, Ernstsen VB, Flemming BW, Winter C, Bartholoma A.

Fluvial dunes: initiation, characterization, flow structure
Coleman SE, Nikora VI

Experimental study on transient and steady-state dynamics of bedforms in supply limited configuration
Dreano J, Valance A, Lague D, Cassar C.

A continuous model for sand dunes: Review, new developments and application to barchan dunes and barchan dune fields
Duran O, Parteli EJ, Herrmann HJ.

Migration and internal architecture of marine dunes in the eastern English Channel over 14 and 56 year intervals: the influence of tides and decennial storms
Ferret Y, Le Bot S, Tessier B, Garlan T, Lafite R.

How do bedform patterns arise? New views on the role of bedform interactions within a set of boundary conditions
Kocurek G, Ewing RC, Mohrig D

Suspended sediment transport and deposition over a dune: Rio Parana, Argentina
Kostaschuk R, Shugar D, Best J, Parsons D, Lane S, Hardy R, Orfeo O.

The influence of dunes on mixing in a migrating saltwedge: Fraser River estuary, Canada
Kostaschuk R, Best J, Villard P.V.

Large-scale sediment bodies and superimposed bedforms on the continental shelf close to the Strait of Gibraltar: interplay of complex oceanographic conditions and physiographic constraints
Lobo FJ, Maldonado A, Noormets, R      

Bedform response to flow variability
Nelson JM, Logan BL, Kinzel PJ, Shimizu Y, Giri S, Shreve RL, McLean SR.

Modelling the effect of time-dependent river dune evolution on bed roughness and stage
Paarlberg AJ, Dohmen-Janssen CM, Hulscher SJMH, Termes P, Schielen R

Formative conditions and sedimentary structures of sandy 3D antidunes: an application of the gravel step-pool fine-grained sand in an experimental flume
Yokakawa M, Hasegawa K, Kanbayashi S, Endo N.

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Geomorphology and terrestrial carbon cycling - Special Issue, October 2012

Guest Editors: Martin Evans, Timothy Quine, Nikolaus Kuhn

ESEX Commentary
Geomorphology and terrestrial carbon cycling†
Martin Evans, Timothy Quine, Nikolaus Kuhn

Carbon dioxide fluxes and DOC concentrations of eroding blanket peat gullies
Gareth D. Clay, Simon Dixon, Martin G. Evans, James G. Rowson, Fred Worrall

Model based analysis of lateral and vertical soil carbon fluxes induced by soil redistribution processes in a small agricultural catchment
Verena Dlugoß, Peter Fiener, Kristof Van Oost, Karl Schneider

Towards constraining the magnitude of global agricultural sediment and soil organic carbon fluxes
Sebastian Doetterl, Kristof Van Oost, Johan Six

Soil erosion in New Zealand is a net sink of CO2
John R. Dymond

Landslide impact on organic carbon cycling in a temperate montane forest
Robert G. Hilton, Patrick Meunier, Niels Hovius, Peter J. Bellingham, Albert Galy

Morphological change of natural pipe outlets in blanket peat
J. Holden, R. P. Smart, K. J. Dinsmore, A. J. Baird, M. F. Billett, P. J. Chapman

Effects of soil compaction, rain exposure and their interaction on soil carbon dioxide emission
Agata Novara, Alona Armstrong, Luciano Gristina, Kirk T. Semple, John N. Quinton

Fluvial carbon flux from headwater peatland streams: significance of particulate carbon flux
R. R. Pawson, M. G. Evans, T. E. H. A. Allot

Evaluating the impact of soil redistribution on the in situ mineralization of soil organic carbon
Hendrik Van Hemelryck, Gerard Govers, Kristof Van Oost, Roel Merckx

Carbon fluxes from eroding peatlands – the carbon benefit of revegetation following wildfire
F. Worrall, J. G. Rowson, M. G. Evans, R. Pawson, S. Daniels, A. Bonn

Diagnosis of river basins as CO2 sources or sinks subject to sediment movement
Yao Yue, Jinren Ni, Alistair G. L. Borthwick, Chiyuan Miao

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Disturbance regimes at the interface of geomorphology and ecology - Special Issue, October 2012

Guest Editors: Stephen Rice, Markus Stoffel, Jens M. Turowski, Annett Wolf

ESEX Commentary
Disturbance regimes at the interface of geomorphology and ecology
Stephen Rice, Markus Stoffel, Jens M. Turowski, Annett Wolf

Articles in this issue:

Interactions between river flows and colonizing vegetation on a braided river: exploring spatial and temporal dynamics in riparian vegetation cover using satellite data
W. Bertoldi, N. A. Drake, A. M. Gurnell

Characteristics of beaver ponds on deltas in a mountain environment
David R. Butler

Tree establishment on bars in low-order gravel-bed mountain streams
Isabelle Charron, Edward A. Johnson, Y. E. Martin

Transgressive dunefield landforms and vegetation associations, Doña Juana, Veracruz, Mexico
Patrick Hesp, Marisa Martinez, Graziela Miot da Silva, Natalia Rodríguez-Revelo, Erika Gutierrez, Adriana Humanes, Daniela Laínez, Irene Montaño, Verónica Palacios, Agustín Quesada, Lorena Storero, Gabriela González Trilla, Carolina Trochine

Landslide impact on organic carbon cycling in a temperate montane forest
Robert G. Hilton, Patrick Meunier, Niels Hovius, Peter J. Bellingham, Albert Galy

Increase in coarse sediment transport associated with disturbance of gravel river beds by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus)
Matthew F. Johnson, Stephen P Rice, Ian Reid

Negligible soil erosion in a burned mountain watershed, Canadian Rockies: field and modelling investigations considering the role of duff
Y.E. Martin, E.A. Johnson, J.M. Gallaway, O. Chaikina

The interactions between vegetation and erosion: new directions for research at the interface of ecology and geomorphology
W. R. Osterkamp, C. R. Hupp, Markus Stoffel

The beaver meadow complex revisited – the role of beavers in post-glacial floodplain development
Lina E. Polvi, Ellen Wohl

Exploring debris-flow history and process dynamics using an integrative approach on a dolomitic cone in western Austria
Emily Procter, Markus Stoffel, Michelle Schneuwly-Bollschweiler, Mathias Neumann

Disturbance, geomorphic processes and recovery of wildfire slopes in North Tyrol
Oliver Sass, Michael Heel, Iris Leistner, Florence Stöger, Karl-Friedrich Wetzel, Arne Friedmann

Hydrogeomorphic processes and vegetation: disturbance, process histories, dependencies and interactions
Markus Stoffel, David J. Wilford

Biotic controls on shallow translational landslides
Peter Vorpahl, Claudia Dislich, Helmut Elsenbeer, Michael Märker, Boris Schröder

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QUANTIFYING RATES AND PROCESSES OF LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION - SPECIAL ISSUE, NOVEMBER 2011

Guest Editors: Arjun M. Heimsath and Oliver Korup.

Articles in this issue:

Rock hardness and cliff failure:

The use of the Schmidt Hammer and Equotip for rock hardness assessment in geomorphology and heritage science: a comparative analysis: Viles, H., Goudie, A., Grab, S., and Lalley, J.

A minimum sample size required from Schmidt hammer measurements: Niedzielski, T., Migon, P., and Placek, A.

Surface and sub-surface Schmidt hammer rebound value variation for a granite outcrop: Cerna, B., and Engel, Z.

Assessing the age-weathering correspondence of cosmogenic Ne-21 dated Pleistocene surfaces by the Schmidt Hammer: Sanchez, J.S., Mosquera, D.F., and Romani, J.R.V.

Influence of rock mass strength on the erosion rate of alpine cliffs: Moore, J.R., Sanders, J.W., Dietrich, W.E., and Glaser, S.D.

Catastrophic rock avalanche 3600 years BP from El Capitan, Yosemite Valley, California: Stock, G.M., and Uhrhammer, R.A.

Hillslope processes:

Weathering the escarpment: chemical and physical rates and processes, south-eastern Australia: Burke, B.C., Heimsath, A.M., Dixon, J.L., Chappell, J., and Yoo, K.

The critical role of climate and saprolite weathering in landscape evolution: Dixon, J.L., Heimsath, A.M., and Amundson, R.

The 'humped' soil production function: eroding Arnhem Land, Australia: Heimsath, A.M., Fink, D., and Hancock, G.R.

The sensitivity of hillslope bedrock erosion to precipitation: Owen, J.J., Amundson, R., Dietrich, W.E., Nishiizumi, K., Sutter, B., and Chong, G.

Cosmo methods elaboration:

Effects of terrain smoothing on topographic shielding correction factors for cosmogenic nuclide-derived estimates of basin-averaged denudation rates: Norton, K.P., and Vanacker, V.

Complex multiple cosmogenic nuclide concentration and histories in the arid Rio Lluta catchment, northern Chile: Kober, F., Ivy-Ochs, S., Zeilinger, G., Schlunegger, F., Kubik, P.W., Baur, H., and Wieler, R.

Geological constraints and Al-26-Be-10 burial dating isochrons: Muzikar, P.

Landscape and escarpment evolution:

Formation, uplift and dissection of planation surfaces at passive continental margins - a new approach: Japsen, P., Bonow, J.M., Green, P.F., Chalmers, J.A., and Lidmar-Bergstrom, K.

Thermochronological data from Sudan in the frame of the denudational history of the Nubian Red Sea margin: Balestrieri, M.L., Abbate, E., Bigazzi, G., and Ali, O.E.

Amount and controls of the Quaternary denudation in the Ardennes massif (western Europe): Demoulin, A., Hallot, E., and Rixhon, G.,

Geomorphic and cosmogenic nuclide constraints on escarpment evolution in an intraplate setting, Darling Escarpment, Western Australia: Jakica, S., Quigley, M.C., Sandiford, M., Clark, D., Fifield, L.K., and Alimanovic, A.

The topographic imprint of a transient climate episode: the western Andean flank between 15.5 degrees and 41.5 degrees S: Rehak, K., Bookhagen, B., Strecker, M.R., and Echtler, H.P.

Glaciers:

Quantifying periglacial erosion: insights on a glacial sediment budget, Matanuska Glacier, Alaska: O'Farrell, C.R., Heimsath, A.M., Lawson, D.E., Jorgensen, L.M., Evenson, E.B., Larson, G., and Denner, J.

Cosmogenic nuclide-derived rates of diffusive and episodic erosion in the glacially sculpted upper Rhone Valley, Swiss Alps: Norton, K.P., von Blanckenburg, F., and Kubik, P.W.

Rock glacier dynamics in marginal periglacial environments: Serrano, E., de Sanjose, J.J., and Gonzalez-Trueba, J.J.

The use of ablation-dominated medial moraines as samplers for Be-10-derived erosion rates of glacier valley walls, Kichatna Mountains, AK: Ward, D.J., and Anderson, R.S.,

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The Megadeltas of Asia: Interlinkage of Land and Sea and Human Development - Special Issue, July 2011

Guest Editors: Zhongyuan Chen and Yoshiki Saito

Articles in this issue:

The Megadeltas of Asia: interlinkage of land and sea and human development

Zhongyuan Chen and Yoshiki Saito

Tide-modulated hyperpcynal flows off the Huanghe (Yellow River) mouth, China

Houjie Wang, Naishuang Bi, Yan Wang, Yoshiki Saito and Zuosheng Yang

Morphodynamic characteristics of the dextral diversion of the Yangtze River mouth, China: tidal and the Coriolis Force controls

Maotian Li, Zhongyuan Chen, Daowei Yin, Jing Chen, Zhanghua Wang and Qianli Sun

The history of water salinity in the Pearl River estuary, China, during the Late Quaternary

Yongqiang Zong, Fengling Yu, Guangqing Huang, Jeremy M. Lloyd and Wyss W.-S. Yim

Sedimentary evidence of Late Holocene human activity in the Pearl River delta, China

Y. Zong, F. Yu, G. Huang, J. M. Lloyd and W. W.-S. Yim

Erosion and accretion processes in a muddy dissipative coast, the Chao Phraya River delta, Thailand

Katsuto Uehara, Pramot Sojisuporn, Yoshiki Saito and Thanawat Jarupongsaku

Impacts of sediment retention by dams on delta shoreline recession: evidences from the Krishna and Godavari deltas, India

K. Nageswara Rao, P. Subraelu, K.Ch.V. Naga Kumar, G. Demudu, B. Hema Malini, A.S. Rajawat and Ajai

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River Meander Dynamics - Special Issue, July 2011

Guest Editors: J. M. Hooke, E. Gautier and G. Zolezzi

Articles in this issue:

River meander dynamics: developments in modelling and empirical analyses

J. M. Hooke, E. Gautier and G. Zolezzi

Physical explanations of variations in river meander migration rates from model comparison

A. Crosato

Long-term river meandering as a part of chaotic dynamics? A contribution from mathematical modelling

A. Frascati and S. Lanzoni

Nonlinearity and unsteadiness in river meandering: a review of progress in theory and modelling

M. Bolla Pittaluga and G. Seminara

A new framework for modelling the migration of meandering rivers

G. Parker, Y. Shimizu, G. V. Wilkerson, E. C. Eke, J. D. Abad, J. W. Lauer, C. Paola, W. E. Dietrich and V. R. Voller

Modelling mid-channel bars in meandering channels

R. Luchi, G. Zolezzi and M. Tubino

Experimental analysis of cross-sectional flow motion in a large amplitude meandering bend

D. Termini and M. Piraino

Channel and floodplain sediment dynamics in a reach of the tropical meandering Rio Beni (Bolivian Amazonia)

E. Gautier, D. Brunstein, P. Vauchel, J-M. Jouanneau, M. Roulet, C. Garcia, J-L. Guyot and M. Castro

Rates, distributions and mechanisms of change in meander morphology over decadal timescales, River Dane, UK

J. M. Hooke and L. Yorke

Lateral erosion of the Sacramento River, California (1942–1999), and responses of channel and floodplain lake to human influences

M. Michalková, H. Piégay, G.M. Kondolf and S. E. Greco

Spatial and temporal controls on historical channel responses – study of an atypical case: Someşu Mic River, Romania

Ioana Perşoiu and Maria Rădoane

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Remote Sensing of Rivers - Special Issue, May 2011

Guest Editors: W. Andrew Marcus and Mark A. Fonstad

Articles in this issue:

Rivers: the emergence of a subdiscipline in the river sciences

W. Andrew Marcus, Mark A. Fonstad

Spectrally based remote sensing of river bathymetry

Carl J. Legleiter, Dar A. Roberts, Rick L. Lawrence

Quantification of braided river channel change using archival digital image analysis

S. N. Lane, P. E. Widdison, R. E. Thomas, P. J. Ashworth, J. L. Best, I. A. Lunt, G. H. Sambrook Smith, C. J. Simpson

Photogrammetric monitoring of small streams under a riparian forest canopy

Stephen Bird, Dan Hogan, James Schwab

Aerial photosieving of exposed gravel bars for the rapid calibration of airborne grain size maps

Stephen J. Dugdale, Patrice E. Carbonneau, David Campbell

Quantifying the temporal dynamics of wood in large rivers: field trials of wood surveying, dating, tracking,and monitoring techniques

B.J. MacVicar, H. Piégay, A. Henderson, F. Comiti, C. Oberlin, E. Pecorari

Remote sensing analysis of physical complexity of North Pacific Rim rivers to assist wild salmon conservation

Matthew Luck, Niels Maumenee, Diane Whited, John Lucotch, Samantha Chilcote, Mark Lorang, Daniel Goodman, Kyle McDonald, John Kimball, Jack Stanford

Remote sensing of volumetric storage changes in lakes

Laurence C. Smith, Tamlin M. Pavelsky

Water surface mapping from airborne laser scanning using signal intensity and elevation data

Bernhard Höfle, Michael Vetter, Norbert Pfeifer, Gottfried Mandlburger, Johann Stötter

Comparison of LiDAR waveform processing methods for very shallow water bathymetry using Raman, near-infrared and green signals

Tristan Allouis, Jean-Stéphane Bailly, Yves Pastol, Catherine Le Roux

Geostatistical estimations of bathymetric LiDAR errors on rivers

Jean-Stéphane Bailly, Yann Le Coarer, Pascal Languille, Carl-Johann Stigermark, Tristan Allouis

Characterization of complex fluvial systems using remote sensing of spatial and temporal water level variations in the Amazon, Congo, and Brahmaputra Rivers

Hahn Chul Jung, James Hamski, Michael Durand, Doug Alsdorf, Faisal Hossain, Hyongki Lee, A. K. M. Azad Hossain, Khaled Hasan, Abu Saleh Khan, A.K.M. Zeaul Hoque

New Developments in Process Understanding and Modelling in Geomorphology – Special Issue, December 2010

Guest Editors: Damian Lawler and Michael Fairchild

This special issue demonstrates how geomorphology, as a mature discipline, is critically dependent upon technical innovation as a means of reinvigorating the kinds of questions we ask. Drawing upon state-of-the-art examples from modeling, dating and process measurement, it shows how geomorphology remains a discipline where there is still much that we do not understand and that new techniques are critical to what we do.

Articles included in this issue:

New developments in process understanding and modelling in geomorphology: introduction and overview

D. M. Lawler and I. J. Fairchild

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