Centurial Changes in the Depth Conditions of a Regulated River: Case Study of the Lower Tisza River, Hungary

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Amissah Gabriel Jonathan; Kiss Timea; Fiala Károly;

The Tisza River is the largest tributary of the Danube in Central Europe, and has been subjected to various human interventions including cutoffs to increase the slope, construction of levees to restrict the floodplain, and construction of groynes and revetments to stab... View more
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