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The randomness in morphology of the Brahmaputra River is very common because of its high flow variability and erodible banks. The river is severely braided with no permanent bank line and varies its width by 1.2 km to 18 km. During the monsoon season it follows several tortuous braided paths to dissipate its enormous energy. The river changes its braided planform in response to seasonal water and sediment waves and makes its morphology extremely complex. This paper aims to link the braideddoi:10.1016/j.proeng.2016.05.094 fatcat:jhmqd7vsdzdcplf5ocws7xokja