Category:Structure of the floodplain

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HYMOQE: Structure of the floodplain

Floodplain: area that are periodically inundated by lateral overflow of rivers, lakes, or by direct precipitation or groundwater (Junk et al., 1989)[1]

From hydro-morphological point of view, the floodplain structure comprises: bars, levees, swales, oxbows, backwaters and side channels. [2] [3]

The list of case studies where this HYMOQE has been considered is presented at the bottom of the page under Pages in category "Structure of the floodplain". Click on the name of the case study to see more information.

Pages in category "Structure of the floodplain"

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