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This collection collates data for the East Fork White River near Seymour, IN.
-- raw single-beam bathymetry points
-- lidar DEM with integrated bathymetry used for modeling
-- 2017 high-water marks
-- floodplain channel velocities measured with an ADCP with associated RTK GPS water-surface elevations
-- suspended sediment concentrations and particle sizes measured in the floodplain channels and river
-- bed material sediment particle size distributions measured on the floodplain surface and river bar
-- miscellaneous shapefiles used in analysis of model results
-- simulated 2D HEC-RAS depths from Czuba et al., 2019, WRR
-- simulated 2D HEC-RAS depths, velocities, shear stresses, and water-surface elevations from Sumaiya et al., 2021, WRR
|This resource is referenced by||Czuba, J.A., S.R. David, D.A. Edmonds, and A.S. Ward (2019), Dynamics of surface-water connectivity in a low-gradient meandering river floodplain, Water Resources Research, 55(3), 1849-1870, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018WR023527|
|This resource is referenced by||David, S.R., J.A. Czuba, D.A. Edmonds, and A.S. Ward (in review), The influence of floodplain channel connectivity on flood hydrodynamics.|
|This resource is referenced by||Sumaiya, S., J.A. Czuba, J.T. Schubert, S.R. David, G.H. Johnston, and D.A. Edmonds (in review), Sediment transport potential in a hydraulically connected river and floodplain-channel system|
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