By Andreas Lang, Kirsten P. Hennrich, Richard Dikau
This quantity provides a set of papers given at a Rhine-LUCIFS (Land use and weather influence on fluvial systems), the purpose being to collect researchers with longstanding adventure in constructing thoughts and modelling methods for long-term panorama evolution and scientists fascinated with extra classical experiences at the evolution of the Rhine river approach. it's divided into elements: half one experiences the Rhine river procedure and provides case reviews to illustrate the categories of knowledge that may be extracted from sedimentary archives.Part offers a cutting-edge overview on techniques for fluvial process examine, in addition to modelling the elements of huge river basins, written by means of prime eu scientists during this box.
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2000; in press). Similarly, the spatial scale is large, focussing on continental scale sediment redistribution within large ﬂuvial systems. This requires not only a reconstruction of past landscape behaviour and an understanding of its development, but also the use of modelling approaches for the prediction of future trends. Thus three aspects for research can be identiﬁed: 1. Reconstruction of past sediment redistribution within ﬂuvial systems and over the period of agriculture. 2. Identiﬁcation of the relative contributions of climate and land use to the sediment ﬂux.
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The approach is based on the thesis that it is the development of landscape conﬁguration that should be modelled on larger scales, and therefore an aggregated modelling approach for landform structure and sediment redistribution is required. Emphasis is placed on (a) frequency/magnitude spectra as a means of integrating sediment generating processes of diﬀerent nature, (b) temporal aggregation for parameterisation of driving forces, and (c) routing of sediment through a topological network of morphologically deﬁned landscape units.