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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> We report on a new set of measurements on the morphology of braided and meandering threads of the Kosi megafan, North Bihar, India. All threads develop on a uniform sandy sediment and under a similar climate. The data set is composed of the width, depth, water discharge and grain size of 51 threads. Downstream slopes and sinuosity are also available. Using this data set, we show that braided and meandering threads share common hydraulic geometries. We then use thedoi:10.5194/esurf-3-321-2015 fatcat:7ugfzbo4s5exbm3p6ff5tf2emm