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  Information - GM19 Recent developments in river sediment dynamics

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Interest in river sediment dynamics has been given renewed impetus in recent years with the advent of improved field and modelling techniques for tracing and dating sediments, and due to the development of interest in river sediment dynamics within the bedrock rivers research community. Much new data and many novel ideas have been presented to the gravel-bed rivers community at 'Gravel-bed Rivers 6' in 2005, and we seek to disseminate some of these ideas to a wider group of researchers and to facilitate dialogue between groups interested in short-term river processes and those concerned with the role of rivers in long-term landscape evolution. Papers on all apsects of river sediment dynamics over the full range of time and space scales are sought, with a particular focus on work that cuts across the traditional scale boundaries of hydraulic engineering, geomorphology and geology.

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