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Synonyms for sediment

Synonyms for sediment

matter that settles on a bottom or collects on a surface by a natural process

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matter that has been deposited by some natural process

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These areas represent transition zones from debris flows to bedload transport and are very important to predict the flow process at the outlet of the basin.
In the relatively shallow (generally less than 100 m) Middle Estuary, bedload reworking by bottom currents is the main process and precludes the deposition of Holocene fine-grained sediments.
They were first noted by Butler (1950) who suggested that the sediments were laid down in the Quaternary during arid periods when ample coarse sediment bedload was available from catchments denuded of vegetation.
Sandstone of the Chinji Formation was most probably deposited by mixed-load rivers, which transported fine suspended sediment as well as significant bedload, whereas the floodplain deposits of the Chinji Formation seem to be deposited by suspended-load rivers.
The transport of suspended matter was studied with the use of two types of sediment traps to quantify the horizontal (both shoreward and seaward) resuspended and bedload sediment fluxes.
[4.] Emmett W.W., "Bedload transport in two large gravel-bed rivers, Idaho and Washington", In: Proceedings of Third Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, Sedimentation Committee of the Water Resource Council, Denver, Colorado, 4 (1976) 100-113.
An interconnected system of tidal channels in Bahia Blanca estuary, Argentina: an evaluation of bedload sediment transport through acoustic methods
Studies focused on this species suggest that the polychaete plays an important role in the hydrodynamics of the Mar Chiquita coastal lagoon by affecting the bedload transport and deposition of the sediment entering the system (Schwindt et al., 2004).
In term of the total amount of bedload, a significant amount of coarser grains was transported during both stability tests.
Problems include river turbidity, increased sedimentation and bedload, a decreased river gradient, bank overflow and flooding, and negative impacts on the local ecosystem (see 1999, 2002).
Hydraulic interpretation of grain-size distributions using a physical model for bedload transport.
This result is consistent with Landwehr and Rhoads' (2003) arguments that benches develop via vertical accretion on incipient bars comprised of bedload (i.e.
Average wash load was 5,000 mg/L and sand-size bedload was 19,000 mg/L.
If our interpretation is correct, pre-extinction faunal remains sampled by the archaeological excavations in the claypan are ultimately derived from bedload sediments in the marked palaeochannels or, less likely, from the shore of a much larger (undocumented) floodout lake similar to Menindee and Tandou in the Darling/Anabranch system.
Because of these high erosion rates, gully streams typically have high bedload and suspended sediment transport.