Floodplain Processes

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Floodplain Processes Editors: Malcolm G. Anderson, Paul D. Bates, Des E. Walling Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: John Wiley and Sons Ltd Pages: 668 Language: English ISBN: 9780471966791 Categories: ,

River floodplains represent a most important component of the environment. They play a critical role in the routing and storage of floodwaters and frequently represent unique and valuable habitats. Increasingly, such areas are under pressure form human activity in a wide variety of forms. This volume seeks to outline recent major research developments that have taken place in the study of floodplain processes. The chapters represent the results of recent engineering, geomorphological, hydrological, planning and other specialist developments. The book will contribute to research not only within the specialist research disciplines outlined, but also in the more interdisciplinary challenges facing river management.

Weight1.258 kg

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Author Biography

Malcolm G. Anderson, is founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hydrological Processes, the international research journal published by Wiley. Professor Anderson has longstanding research interests in the fields of numerical hydrology and geotechnical model development for landslide prediction. He has held full year appointments as a Senior Research Hydrologist, for the U.S. Corps Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, USA and the Geotechnical Control Office, Hong Kong. Des E. Walling is with the Department of Geography at the University of Exeter in the UK.