GEOG 4600

Seminar 1. River Systems

  1. Enders, al. 2005. The feeding behaviour of juvenile Atlantic salmon in relation to turbulent flow.  Journal of Fish Biology, 66 (1), 242-253.
  2. Ferguson, R.I,  Hoey, T., Wathen, S. and Werrity, A. 1996. Field evidence for rapid downstream fining of river gravels through selective transport.Geology, 24(2), 179-182.
  3. Levasseur, M. et al., 2006. Effects of silt and very fine sand dynamics in Atlantic salmon redds on embryo hatching success. J. Fish Aquat. Sci., 63, 1450-1459.
  4. Phillips, R. and Robert, A. 2005. River incision in relation to post-glacial events in the Humber River basin, Ontario.Geographie Physique et Quaternaire, 59 (1), 17-30.
  5. Sand-Jensen, K. 1998. Influence of submerged macrophytes on sediment composition and near-bed flow in lowland streams.Freshwater Biology, 39 (4), 663-679.

Seminar 2. Channel Configurations and Related Flow and Sediment Characteristics

  1. Ashmore, P. and Sauks, E. 2006. Prediction of discharge from the water surface width in a braided river with implications for at-a-station hydraulic geometry.Water Resources Research, 42, W03406, doi: 10.1029/2005WR003993.
  2. Hanrahan, T.P. 2007. Bedform morphology of salmon spawning areas in a large gravel-bed river.Geomorphology, 86 (3-4), 529-536.
  3. Kostaschuk, R. and Best, J. 2005. Response of sand dunes to variations in tidal flow: Fraser River, Canada.Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 110,  F04S04, doi:10.1029/2004JF000176.
  4. Montgomery, D.R. et al., 1995. Pool spacing in forest channels.Water Resources Research, 31, 1097-1105.
  5. Simpson C. J. and Smith, D.G. 2001. The braided Milk River, northern Montana, fails the Leopold–Wolman discharge gradient test.Geomorphology, 41(4), 337-353.

Seminar 3. Flow Turbulence

  1. Kostaschuk, R. et al. 2009. Suspended sediment transport and deposition over a dune: Rio Parana, Argentina.Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34 (12), 1605-1611 doi:10.1002/esp.1847.
  2. Marquis, G.A. and Roy, A.G. 2006. Effect of flow depth and velocity on the scales of macroturbulent structures in gravel-bed rivers.Geophysical Research  Letters, vol. 33, L24406, doi:10.1029/2006GL028420.
  3. Paiement-Paradis, G. et al. 2003. Scalings for large turbulent flow structures in gravel-bed rivers.Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 30, 1773, doi:10.1029/2003GL017553.
  4. Robert, A. and Tran, T. 2012. Mean and turbulent flow fields in a simulated ice-covered channel with a gravel-bed: some laboratory observations.Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, vol. 37(9), 951-956. doi: 10.1002/esp.3211
  5. Roy, al. 1999. Combined visual and quantitative techniques in the study of natural turbulent flows. Water Resources Research, 35(3), 871-877.
  6. Lawless, M., & Robert, A. 2001. Three‐dimensional flow structure around small‐scale bedforms in a simulated gravel‐bed environment. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 26(5), 507-522.