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  List of Accepted Contributions - GM20 Mountain rivers: from process understanding to river management and restoration

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Snyder, B.; Bledsoe, B.; Macdonald, L.; Mussetter, R.
Flow resistance estimation in mountain streams (withdrawn)

Schlunegger, F.; Schneider, H.; Schwab, M.
Channelized and hillslope sediment transport and the geomorphology of mountain belts

Paetzold, A.; Tockner, K.
Understanding the effects of channel modification and flow alterations on riparian biodiversity in braided rivers

Hoey, T; Thomas, R
The impact of a regulated flow regime on stream morphology and habitat

Timár, G.; Galambos, Cs.; Molnár, G.; Czimbalmas-Szabó, Z.
Forest cover changes on the catchment of the Békény Creek (Gyergyó/Gheorgheni Basin, Eastern Carpathians) from the 18th century to nowadays

Rumsby, B.T.; Macklin, M.G.
Sediment transfer in upland streams: source areas, step lengths and transit times in historic floods

Ergenzinger, P.; Kozlowski, B.; de Jong, C.
How stable are mountain torrent beds?

Wilcox, A.; Comiti, F.; Wohl, E.
Local-scale hydraulics and morphology in a steep channel, Italian Dolomites

Sass, O.; Wetzel, K.-F.
Mass movement processes in unconsolidated Pleistocene sediments - a case study of channel-hillslope coupling in Upper Bavaria (withdrawn)

Quisserne, D.; Arnaud-Fassetta, G. ; Fort, M.; Davidson, R. ; Texier, P.
The use of 1-D hydraulic models in fluvial geomorphology, as a tool for quantifying and mitigating flood risk. Application to the Argent-Double River, a left-bank tributary of the Aude River, Mediterranean France.

Liedermann, M.; Tritthart, M.; Habersack, H.
Integrated Danube River Engineering Project East of Vienna

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