2 edition of Evolution of a drainage network found in the catalog.
Evolution of a drainage network
Charles L. Rosenfeld
by Water Resources Research Institute, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or
Written in English
|Other titles||Remote sensing analysis of the North Fork Toutle River, Mount St. Helens, Washington.|
|Statement||by Charles L. Rosenfeld and Gary L. Beach.|
|Series||WRRI -- 88., WRRI (Series) -- 88.|
|Contributions||Beach, Gary L., Oregon State University. Water Resources Research Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
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Drainage ge networks can be quantitatively described using parameters such as drainage density, which is the ratio of total length of streams within a network to the surface area of the network (stream km/km 2 of drainage area).
Drainage density reflects climatic controls, substrate on which the drainage network is formed, and age of the drainage network. The drainage network includes not only stream lines but also lakes which are formed within any closed topographic depressions. The drainage network simulation is performed on a rough slope which is composed of a number of random elevations superimposed on a smooth slope.
Horton analysis then is made on the drainage pattern of simulated by: Geography 7 1 Basic concepts of drainage Question: What are ‘drainage systems’ and the geographical factors affecting a drainage system. Answer: The flow of water through well-defined channels is known as ‘drainage’ and the network of such channels is called a ‘drainage system’.
The drainage pattern of an area is Evolution of a drainage network book outcome of or depends upon. The quantitative analysis of drainage network composition began with the well known paper by Horton (), and practically all of the early work in this field was based on the Horton or Strahler () ordering procedures.
Recent advances, however, beginning with Shreve (), have emphasized a view- point independent of ordering rules. Agricultural developments require changes in land surface and subsurface hydraulic functions as protection from floods, reclamation of flooded land, irrigation, and drainage.
Drainage of agricultural land has a long history and apparently traces back to the earliest civilizations of Mesopotamia and Iran before BC. In the Eastern Mediterranean, the Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations.
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Drainage rearrangement, involving stream piracy (capture), drainage diversion and/or beheading, may be significant for sediment budgets (including sediment provenance) and biotic distributions, as well as for its more usually considered role in landscape evolution.
The processes involved in drainage rearrangement are not as self-evident as its. Sections of Roman drainage pipes are still functioning in some towns and cities in Britain and across the former Roman Empire. The more than years old ceramic drainage pipes excavated at the Greco-Roman city of Ephesus (populationin AD) look.
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We presented a geomorphological analysis of the Wagad highland providing new constraints on the evolution of river network. Other characteristics of the drainage network and topography such as texture, maximum slope angles, stream gradients, drainage-basin shape, annual sediment loss per unit area, infiltration rate, drainage pattern, and even the morphologic evolution of the area appear related to relative relief expressed as a relief ratio, the height of the.
Drainage patterns. According to the configuration of the channels, drainage systems can fall into one of several categories known as drainage ge patterns depend on the topography and geology of the land. Accordant drainage patterns. A drainage system is described as accordant if its pattern correlates to the structure and relief of the landscape over which it flows.
Figure Showing the assign three Zone for the drainage basin Linear aspects The drainage network transport water and the sediments of a basin through a single outlet, which is marked as the maximum order of the basin and conventionally the highest order stream available in the basin considered as the order of the basin.
The. Morphometric analysis of a watershed provides a quantitative description of the drainage system which is an important aspect of the characterisation of watersheds (Strahler ).Many workers (Horton ; Miller ; Nag ) have recognised inter relationship between drainage network architecture and parameters such as climate, geology, relief and structural features in the basin.
Drainage networks, however, are not static, and it has been proposed recently that divide migration and drainage capture can lead to the generation of low-relief upland topography that mimics that of incised paleo-landscapes and that might be falsely interpreted as recording surface uplift and/or the onset of accelerated incision.
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Landscapes of the US Central Lowland were repeatedly affected by the Laurentide Ice Sheet. Glacial processes diminished relief and disrupted drainage networks.
Deep valleys carved by meltwater were disconnected from the surrounding uplands. The upland area lacking surface water connection to the drainage network is referred to as non‐contributing area (NCA).
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