4 edition of Active Tectonics and Alluvial Rivers found in the catalog.
March 4, 2002
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||290|
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Active Tectonics and Alluvial Rivers by Stanley A. Schumm,Stanley Alfred Schumm,Jean F. Dumont,John M. Holbrook Book Resume: Describes how rivers respond to active tectonics for graduate students, consultants and academic researchers. Ollier () devotes a chapter to drainage patterns, rivers and tectonics, and he discusses the effects of warping and faulting on drainage systems, but nothing on river morphology. However, recently Keller and Pinter () have published a book on active tectonics, and they devote a chapter to rivers and drainage network response to deformation.
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Active Tectonics and Alluvial Rivers The interactions between tectonic uplift, river erosion and alluvial deposition are fundamental processes which have acted to shape the landscape we see today. These processes are of course ongoing, and are important not only in.
Alluvial rivers are highly dynamic landforms, where channel geometry and river morphology are exceptionally sensitive to water discharge, sediment load and active tectonics (Leopold et al., Active Tectonics and Alluvial Rivers Stanley A.
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Clearly more detailed studies of the effects of active tectonics on alluvial rivers are needed to establish the within-channel hydraulic changes that can be expected and the engineering response that is required to mitigate the detrimental effects on river stability and use.
Active Tectonics and Alluvial Rivers by Stanley A Such recognition of the nature of river response yield criteria for the identification of active tectonics elsewhere, especially in areas without a history of seismic activity, or in the stratigraphic record.
and synthesis to better understand the connections between active Pages: Book review. Active Tectonics and Alluvial Rivers. By Stanley A. Schumm, Jean F. Dumont and John M. Holbrook. Cambridge University Press, Author: John Bridge. alluvial rivers are responding to uplift, subsidence and lateral tilting.
Such recognition of the nature of river response yield criteria for the identification of active tectonics elsewhere, especially in areas without a history of seismic activity, or in the stratigraphic record.
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Stanley A. Schumm, Jean F. Dumont, and John M. Holbrook. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge Author: Wendy Bigler. Book Review Active tectonics and alluvial rivers, S.
Schumm, J. Dumont and J. Holbrook, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ( pp) ISBN 0. An alluvial river is one in which the bed and banks are made up of mobile sediment and/or al rivers are self-formed, meaning that their channels are shaped by the magnitude and frequency of the floods that they experience, and the ability of these floods to erode, deposit, and transport this reason, alluvial rivers can assume a number of forms based on the properties of.
Active Tectonics of Himalayan Frontal Fault Zone in the Sub-Himalaya of motion along fault scarp in the alluvial fan covering the MBT is also observed. and the HFT in the area stretching.This book addresses three main topics: the tectonic processes and their rates, methods of identifying and evaluating active tectonics, and the effects of active tectonics on society.
Contents Front Matter i–xiv.Active Tectonics and Alluvial Rivers is divided into four first part, consisting of Chapters 1 and 2, presents background infor mation that forms the basis of subsequent background section describes various active tectonics processes that affect alluvial rivers and produce distinguishable geomorphic : Pradeep Talwani.