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    • A1. Modelling hysteresis in sediment transport and continuous distributions of eroded sediment 

      Sander, G.C.; Parlange, J.-Y.; Barry, D.A. (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
      Sediment transport hysteresis occurs due to the different sediment fluxes for the same discharge on the rising and falling limb of the overland flow hydrograph. Experimental field data has shown that the common shapes of ...
    • A2. Effect of Rock Fragment Coverage on Soil Erosion 

      Jomaa, S.; Barry, D.A.; Brovelli, A.; Heng, B.C.P.; Sander, G.C.; Parlange, J.-Y. (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
      Rain splash soil erosion in the presence of rock fragments was tested in laboratory flume experiments under controlled conditions. The surface area exposed to rain splash erosion was adjusted by placing rock fragments onto ...
    • A3. Effect of Antecedent Conditions on Soil Erosion Dynamics in a Laboratory Flume 

      Jomaa, S.; Barry, D.A.; Brovelli, A.; Heng, B.C.P.; Sander, G.C.; Parlange, J.-Y. (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
      The effect of antecedent conditions on precipitation-driven soil erosion dynamics through multiple rainfall events was investigated using a pair of 6-m • 1-m flumes with 2.2% slope. Three experiments denoted H6, H7-E2 and ...
    • B4. Capillary Effects on Groundwater Waves in Unconfined Coastal Aquifers 

      Kong, Jun; Shen, Cheng-Ji; Xin, Pei; Song, Zhi-Yao; Li, Ling; Barry, D.A.; Jeng, D.-S.; Lockington, D. A.; Stagnitti, F.; Parlange, J.-Y. (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
      Various types of Boussinesq model exist, including those that account for finite-depth aquifers and capillary effects. Such models are used to simulate propagation of groundwater waves (watertable fluctuations) due to, for ...