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Does the canopy mixing layer model apply to highly flexible aquatic vegetation? Insights from numerical modelling (2016)
Journal Article
Lane, S. N., Parsons, D. R., Hardy, R. J., & Marjoribanks, T. I. (2017). Does the canopy mixing layer model apply to highly flexible aquatic vegetation? Insights from numerical modelling. Environmental Fluid Mechanics, 17(2), (277-301). doi:10.1007/s10652-016-9482-z. ISSN 1567-7419

© 2016, The Author(s). Vegetation is a characteristic feature of shallow aquatic flows such as rivers, lakes and coastal waters. Flow through and above aquatic vegetation canopies is commonly described using a canopy mixing layer analogy which provid... Read More

The role of discharge variability in determining alluvial stratigraphy (2015)
Journal Article
Lane, S. N., Reesink, A. J. H., Simpson, C. J., Lane, S., Parsonsm, D. R., Amsler, M. L., …Szupiany, R. N. (2016). The role of discharge variability in determining alluvial stratigraphy. Geology, 44(1), (3-6). doi:10.1130/G37215.1. ISSN 0091-7613

We illustrate the potential for using physics-based modeling to link alluvial stratigraphy to large river morphology and dynamics. Model simulations, validated using ground penetrating radar data from the Río Paraná, Argentina, demonstrate a strong r... Read More