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Papers Published in the International Journal of Sediment Research Volume 34, No. 3, 2019

International Journal of Sediment Research

Volume 34, Issue 3

Pages 191-294 (June 2019)



Satellite-based monitoring of contrasting characteristics of suspended sediment discharged from the Red and the Ma river systems along the northern coast of Vietnam

Yoshimitsu Tajima, Kavinda Gunasekara, Hung Thanh Nguyen

Pages 191-204


Wind-induced hydrodynamic changes impact on sediment resuspension for large, shallow Lake Taihu, China

Abdul Jalil, Yiping Li, Ke Zhang, Xiaomeng Gao, ... Kumud Acharya

Pages 205-215


An optimized use of limited ground based topographic data for river applications

Mohamed Jaballah, Benoit Camenen, André Paquier, Magali Jodeau

Pages 216-225


Simulating soil loss rate in Ekbatan Dam watershed using experimental and statistical approaches

Seyed Davood Mohammadi, Fateme Naseri, Roghaye Abri

Pages 226-239


Numerical modeling of lock-exchange gravity/turbidity currents by a high-order upwinding combined compact difference scheme

Liang Zhao, Ching-Hao Yu, Zhiguo He

Pages 240-250


Distribution of geochemical fractions of phosphorus and its ecological risk in sediment cores of a largest brackish water lake, South Asia

Saroja Kumar Barik, Satyanarayan Bramha, Tapan Kumar Bastia, Dibakar Behera, ... Prasanta Rath

Pages 251-261


The ratio of measured to total sediment discharge

Chun-Yao Yang, Pierre Y. Julien

Pages 262-269


Effects of rainfall patterns on runoff and rainfall-induced erosion

Morteza Alavinia, Farzin Nasiri Saleh, Hossain Asadi

Pages 270-278


Numerical simulation of sedimentation process in reservoirs and development of a non-coupled algorithm to improve long-term modeling

Zeinab Khorrami, Mohammad Ali Banihashemi

Pages 279-294



Full papers are available at ScienceDirect: with free access to the paper abstracts.




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