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Gao, Weilun (author), Shao, Dongdong (author), Wang, Zhengbing (author), Nardin, William (author), Rajput, Prateek (author), Yang, Wei (author), Sun, Tao (author), Cui, Baoshan (author)
Rivers, regardless of their scales and geographic locations, are characterized with natural and human-induced variability in their discharges. While previous studies have established the effects of both interannual and intra-annual variabilities of unsteady river discharge on delta morphological evolution, the long-term cumulative effects of...
journal article 2019
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Gao, Weilun (author), Li, Dongxue (author), Wang, Zhengbing (author), Nardin, William (author), Shao, Dongdong (author), Sun, Tao (author), University, Beijing (author), Cui, Baoshan (author)
River longitudinal profile, a key morphological characteristic of the river channel, is subject to river mouth progradation. Given the increasing influence of human activities and climate change on this critical downstream control, understanding its effects on the evolution of the longitudinal profile is imperative. A general theoretical...
journal article 2020
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Gao, Weilun (author), Shao, Dongdong (author), Wang, Z.B. (author), Nardin, William (author), Yang, Wei (author), Sun, Tao (author), Cui, Baoshan (author)
River mouth bar formation, a key process in fluvial-deltaic morphodynamics, is subject to both river discharge and waves. Given the increasing variability of both forcings under continuous climate change and human interventions, assessing their combined effects on mouth bar formatio n is an imperative issue. In this study, an extensive set of...
journal article 2018
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Gao, Weilun (author), Nienhuis, Jaap (author), Nardin, William (author), Wang, Zhengbing (author), Shao, Dongdong (author), Sun, Tao (author), Cui, Baoshan (author)
It is widely recognized that waves inhibit river mouth progradation and reduce the avulsion<br/>timescale of deltaic channels. Nevertheless, those effects may not apply to downdrift‐deflected channels. In this study, we developed a coupled model to explore the effects of wave climate asymmetry and alongshore sediment bypassing on shoreline...
journal article 2020
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