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  List of Accepted Contributions - GM5.3 Linking geomorphological and hydrological processes at reach and catchment scales (co-listed in HS)

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Efe, R.; Curebal, I.
Detection of meander migration and river course change using Remote Sensing, GIS, and field data in the Üzümcü River Basin

Khadkikar, A.S.
On the planform geometry of estuaries and its relationship with discharge and tidal regime

Luppi, L.; Attardo, S.; Rinaldi, M.
Modelling the effects of a single tree on river bank stability at the scale of single flow events

Rinaldi, M.; Teruggi, L.B.; Nardi, L.
Investigation on bank instability distribution along the Cecina River (Central Italy)

Tiberi, V.; Nesci, O.; Savelli, D.; Troiani, F.
Geomorphologic analysis of river reaches and segments within the Mutino catchment (Northern Marche Apennines, central Italy)

TERUGGI, L. B.; Chiaverini, I.; Rinaldi, M.; Ostuni, D.
Terrestrial photogrammetry for monitoring riverbank erosion

Williams, D.D.
Biological processes within the hyporheic zone and their relationship with sediment and riffle-scale hydrology.

Wörman, A; Marklund, L
Topographical scaling of surface water-groundwater interaction

Zaramella, M.; Marion, A.; Bottacin-Busolin, A.
Solute transport in rivers with surface and hyporheic storage: the STIR model

Szek, M.
Landscape connectivity as an opposity process to the landscape fragmentation. The Catalonia's network of protected areas

Zlinszky, A.; Székely, B.; Clement, A.
Comparing sediment load and deposit thickness values in the eastern embayment of shallow Lake Balaton, Hungary

Gustafsson, A; Wörman, A; Lindström, G
Developing the spatial description of river networks included in hydrological forecast models (withdrawn)

Enters, D.; Arnaud, F.; Poulenard, J.; Giguet-Covex, C. ; Malet, E.
Long-term monitoring of sediment transfer processes at an alpine catchment (Lake Anterne, French Alps): concept and first results

Goulsbra, C.; Evans, M.; Lindsay, J.
Monitoring ephemeral streamflows in a peatland headwater catchment

Kloesch, M.; Habersack, H.
Monitoring the effectiveness of material input and self-initiated bank erosion in mitigating channel incision at the Mur River, Austria

Heckmann, T.; Becht, M.
Modelling-based investigation of geomorphic coupling

Navratil, O; Albert, M.B.
Using bankfull discharge to quantify the effects of urbanization on river morphology: study of the Yzeron river basin (France)

Barker, D.; Lawler, D.M.; Knight, D.W.; Morris, D.; Stewart, L.; Riesner, S.
Modelling downstream change in river flood power: a novel approach combining hydrological flood estimation systems with DEMs and new channel width data sources

Lawler, D.M.; Best, A.; Bridgeman, J.; Foster, I.; Harper, S.
Anticlockwise hysteresis behaviour in urban river fine sediment transport dynamics: a challenge for the first-flush model

Walsh, R.P.D; Sayer, A.M.; Clarke, M.A.; Bidin, K.; Blake, W.H.
A dual, uncoupled model of channel network initiation, development and maintenance in a tropical rain-forest environment in Borneo: simultaneous roles of tunnelling and erosion by overland flow

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