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Volume 36, Issue 3 Pages 335-448 (June 2021)



Experimental study on the effect of bottomless structure in front of a bottom outlet on a sediment flushing cone

Hadi Haghjouei, Majid Rahimpour, Kourosh Qaderi, Sameh A. Kantoush


Experimental investigation on scour topography around high-rise structure foundations

Yang Xiao, Hao Jia, Dawei Guan, Dongfang Liang, ... Hongwu Tang

Pages 348-361


A grain-size correction for metal pollution indexes in river sediments

Thomas Vincent Gloaguen, Paula Núbia Soares Dalto Motta, Carolina Fonseca Couto

Pages 362-372


Study of water renewal and sedimentation of a square harbor encapsulated in a coastal front with seawalls due to wind-induced hydrodynamic circulation

Yiannis Savvidis, Evangelos Keramaris

Pages 373-383


Assessment of heavy metal contamination in the surficial sediments from the lower Meghna River estuary, Noakhali coast, Bangladesh

Mohammad Abdul Momin Siddique, Mahfuzur Rahman, Shahriar Md. Arifur Rahman, Md. Rubel Hassan, ... Mohammad Belal Hossain

Pages 384-391


Mineral composition and particle size distribution of river sediment and loess in the middle and lower Yellow River

Shimin Tian, Zhiwei Li, Zhaoyin Wang, Enhui Jiang, ... Meng Sun

Pages 392-400


Comparison of Pb(II) and Cd(II) micro-interfacial adsorption on fine sediment in the Pearl River Basin, China

Qunsheng Fang, Zhihe Chen, Jianpeng Zheng, Zhihua Zhu

Pages 401-418


How can stream bank erosion be predicted on small water courses? Verification of BANCS model on the Kubrica watershed

Zuzana Allmanová, Mária Vl?ková, Martin Jankovsky, Michal Allman, Ján Mergani?

Pages 419-429


Amplification of flood discharge caused by the cascading failure of landslide dams

Shoki Takayama, Masamitsu Fujimoto, Yoshifumi Satofuka

Pages 430-438


Assessing morphological changes in a human-impacted alluvial system using hydro-sediment modeling and remote sensing

Mohammad Reza Shojaeian, Zahra Karimidastenaei, Omid Rahmati, Ali Torabi Haghighi

Pages 439-448

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