2005
DOI: 10.1029/2004jf000126
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Abstract: [1] Results are presented examining the interaction between two sandy bed forms under low-sediment transport conditions in a small laboratory flume. The initial artificially made bed forms were out of equilibrium with the flow field. Temporal evolution of bed forms was monitored using time-lapse photography in order to characterize bed form adjustment to the imposed flow. Velocity measurements were collected using an acoustic Doppler velocimeter to characterize both mean flow and turbulence associated with di…

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