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Heininger P., Cullmann J. (Eds.) Sediment Matters

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Heininger P., Cullmann J. (Eds.) Sediment Matters
Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, 2015. — 243 p. — ISBN 978-3-319-14695-9.
Erosion, sedimentation processes and management in catchments, river systems and reservoirs have reached global importance. Sediment transport is a vital component of natural hydromorphological regimes. Contaminated sediments can have adverse effects on people, environment and economy. Sediment is a fundamentally important component of aquatic ecosystems. Where human activities interfere with sediment quantity or quality, sediment management becomes necessary. Sediment processes and their socio-economic and environmental impacts are many and varied, making it almost impossible to treat them all in the framework of a single book. Rather, the purpose of this book is to provide exemplary insights into the relevant aspects related to sediment and sediment management as they were presented and discussed during the 6th International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research in Koblenz, Germany in June 2013.
Sediment Transport Processes
Sediment Transport in Headwater Streams of the Carpathian Flysch Belt: Its Nature and Recent Effects of Human Interventions
Aspects of Sediment Transport in Single-Thread and Anabranching River Channels in Flysch Carpathians (A Case Study from the Czech Republic)
Sediment Transport Processes Related to the Operation of a Rapid Hydraulic Structure (Boulder Ramp) in a Mountain Stream Channel: A Polish Carpathian Example
Modelling Sediment Transfer in Rivers Challenges in Modelling Sediment Matters
Suspended Sediment Estimation Using an Artificial Intelligence Approach
Projected Climate Change Impact on Soil Erosion and Sediment Yield in the River Elbe Catchment
Sediment Quality
Water Quality and Sediment Management in Brahmaputra Basin of India: Impact of Agricultural Land Use
Contamination of Sediments in the German North Sea Estuaries Elbe, Weser and Ems and Its Sensitivity to Climate Change
Sediment Monitoring
Application of a New Monitoring Strategy and Analysis Concept of Suspended Sediments in Austrian Rivers
Investigation of the Metal Contamination in the Upper Olifants Primary Catchment by Using Stream Sediment Geochemistry, Witbank Coalfield, South Africa
Sediment Managing in River Basins
An Approach to Simulating Sediment Management in the Mekong River Basin
Sediment Management on River-Basinscale: The River Elbe
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