volume 41, issue 5, P1081-1093 2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2006.11.010
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N.D. Williams, D.E. Walling, G.J.L. Leeks

Abstract: This paper reports the use of a LISST-100 device to monitor the effective particle size characteristics of suspended sediment in situ, and at a quasi-continuous temporal resolution. The study site was located on the River Exe at Thorverton, Devon, UK. This device has not previously been utilized in studies of fluvial suspended sediment at the storm event scale, and existing studies of suspended sediment dynamics have not involved such a high temporal resolution for extended periods. An evaluation of the field …

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