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Modeling downstream fining in sand-bed rivers. II: application
Journal of Hydraulic Research
In this paper the model presented in the companion paper, Wright and Parker (submitted) is applied to a generic river reach typical of a large, sand-bed river flowing into the ocean in order to investigate the mechanisms controlling longitudinal profile development and downstream fining. Three mechanisms which drive downstream fining are studied: a delta prograding into standing water, sea-level rise, and tectonic subsidence. Various rates of sea-level rise (typical of the late Holocene) anddoi:10.1080/00221680509500382 fatcat:vbrhsolrn5dhnfbqlnuikcpxym