Colonies of tiny caddisflies slow stream sediment transport with their silk nets.
Scientists create models to help them figure out how the slope of a river can record ancient tectonic activity.
Scientists used a noninvasive method to study the substructure of delicate groundwater-dependent ecosystems.
Analysis of the Fraser River suggests that riverbed sediments shift abruptly depending on river slope changes and water speed.
Researchers tracked what happened to the White Salmon River after engineers removed the 100-year-old Condit Dam.
Braided Rivers Workshop 2014;
Le Domaine de Sainte Croix, France, 23–27 June 2014
Dam Removal: Synthesis of Ecological and Physical Responses;
Fort Collins, Colorado, 16–20 June 2014
A new experimental apparatus makes it possible to measure concentrations of suspended and bed load sediments.
Researchers examined the water flowing into and out of several Antarctic ice streams to determine the cause of a recent observed slowdown of some of these ice streams.