The assessment of shear stress and bed stability in\ud stream ecology

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Schwendel, Arved C.; Death, Russell G.; Fuller, Ian F.;
(2009)

1. Substratum stability and shear stress exerted by flowing water can have a strong influence on the structure of benthic communities. Bed stability can be characterised in a\ud variety of ways, e.g. flow competence, threshold of article entrainment, measures of erosion... View more
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