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Drainage basin form and process

K. J. Gregory

Drainage basin form and process

a geomorphological approach

by K. J. Gregory

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Published by Edward Arnold in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Watersheds.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] K. J. Gregory [and] D. E. Walling.
    ContributionsWalling, D. E., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB561 .G73 1973b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 456 p.
    Number of Pages456
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5114380M
    ISBN 100713157070
    LC Control Number74187112

    Drainage basin responses to climate change Gregory E. Tucker Ralph M. Parsons Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge Rudy Slingerland Department of Geosciences and Earth System Science Center, Pennsylvania State University, University Park Abstract. Recent investigations have shown that the extent of the channel network inCited by: KEY CONCEPT - How physical processes influence drainage basin systems and landforms The drainage basin as an open system with inputs (precipitation of varying type and intensity), outputs (evaporation and transpiration), flows (infiltration, throughflow, overland flow and base flow) and stores (including vegetation, soil, aquifers and the cryosphere).

    Chapter I The Drainage Basin as a System Unit The evolution of any landscape on our planet, and hence of any drainage basin, is the result of interactions between the flows of matter and energy entering and moving within its limits and the resistance of the topographical surface. Every drainage basin has its own shape. Some indices are proposed to explain the shape of a drainage basin quantitatively. As for channels in a drainage basin, concept of stream order is introduced and is related to the total length and the gradient of channels and the area of drainage basins. A drainage pattern means a plan of a river system File Size: KB.

    The fundamental unit of virtually all watershed and fluvial investigations is the drainage basin. An individual drainage basin (a.k.a. catchment or watershed) is a finite area whose runoff is channeled through a single outlet. In its simplest form, a drainage basin is an area that funnels all runoff to the mouth of a stream. Drainage basins may. The drainage basin, sometimes referred to as catchment (or watershed in the USA), is the fundamental geomorphic unit, which is the accounting unit that collects precipitation and produces runoff and river flow. It is not clear when the significance of the drainage basin was first appreciated, but in the 18th century Pierre Perrault calculated for the basin of the River Seine .


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