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Ecohydraulic modelling of anabranching rivers
Rivers Research and Applications: an international journal devoted to river research and management
In this paper we provide the first quantitative evidence of the spatial complexity of habitat diversity across the flow regime for locally anabranching channels and their potential increased biodiversity value in comparison to managed single-thread rivers. Ecohydraulic modelling is used to provide evidence for the potential ecological value of anabranching channels. Hydraulic habitat (biotopes) of an anabranched reach of the River Wear at Wolsingham, UK, is compared with an adjacentdoi:10.1002/rra.3413 fatcat:ifgeldiombhlvimxds5ofo4bd4