Browsing River Basin Dynamics and Hydrology by Author "Antonarakis, A. S."

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  • Muller, E.; Antonarakis, A. S.; Brasington, James; Richards, Keith S. (2010-06-15)
    Vegetation roughness, and more specifically forest roughness, is a necessary component in better defining flood dynamics both in the sense of changes in river catchment characteristics and the dynamics of forest changes ...
  • Antonarakis, A. S.; Richards, Keith S.; Bithell, Mike; Brasington, James (2009-10-01)
    Strategies for extracting roughness parameters from riparian forests need to address the issue that the trees are more than just stems and that in large rivers flow can rise into the canopy. Remote sensing information with ...
  • Antonarakis, A. S.; Brasington, James; Richards, Keith S. (2008-06-16)
    Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) provides high resolution horizontal and vertical spatial point cloud data, and is increasingly being used in a number of applications and disciplines, which have concentrated on the ...
  • Brasington, James; Richards, Keith S.; Antonarakis, A. S.; Muller, E.; Bithell, Mike (2008-04-30)
    Hydraulic resistance of riparian forests is an unknown but important term in flood conveyance modeling. Lidar has proven to be a very important new data source to physically characterize floodplain vegetation. This research ...

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