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LCZO -- Sediment Transport -- Grain size and shape analysis -- Mameyes and Bisley -- (2013-2013)


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Abstract

Data collected from the Rio Mameyes to characterize change in size and shape of river sediment due to abrasion. Complete details on measurement and calculation techniques can be found in the following paper: Quantifying the significance of abrasion and selective transport on downstream pebble evolution, Journal of Geophysical Review: Earth Surface, (in review).

This is also published in the Dissertation of Kimberly Litwin Miller which can be found here: http://criticalzone.org/luquillo/publications/pub/litwin-jerolmack-2014-the-causes-and-consequences-of-particle-size-change-i/

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Rio Mameyes, Bisley, Mameyes and Bisley
Longitude
-65.7639°
Latitude
18.3742°

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LCZO -- Sediment Transport -- Grain size and shape analysis -- Mameyes and Bisley -- (2013)


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Description/Abstract

Data collected from the Rio Mameyes to characterize change in size and shape of river sediment due to abrasion. Complete details on measurement and calculation techniques can be found in the following paper: Quantifying the significance of abrasion and selective transport on downstream pebble evolution, Journal of Geophysical Review: Earth Surface, (in review).

This is also published in the Dissertation of Kimberly Litwin Miller which can be found here: http://criticalzone.org/luquillo/publications/pub/litwin-jerolmack-2014-the-causes-and-consequences-of-particle-size-change-i/

Creator/Author

Litwin Miller, Kimberly|Szabo, Timea|Jerolmack, Douglas|Domokos, Gabor

CZOs

Luquillo

Contact

Miguel Leon, Miguel.Leon@unh.edu

Subtitle

The Causes and Consequences of Particle Size Change in Fluvial Systems




SUBJECTS

Disciplines

Geomorphology

Topics

Sediment Transport

Subtopic

Grain size and shape analysis

Keywords

Particle Size Change|Sediment Transport|

Variables

Grain Size|perimeter|circularity|roundness|mean curvature|Stand deviation of Curvature|

Variables ODM2

Roundness|Grain size




TEMPORAL

Date Start

2013-06-12

Date End

2013-06-20




SPATIAL

Field Areas

Rio Mameyes|Bisley

Location

Mameyes and Bisley

North latitude

18.374167

South latitude

18.374167

West longitude

-65.763889

East longitude

-65.763889




REFERENCE

Citation

Litwin Miller, Kimberly; Szabo, Timea; Jerolmack, Douglas; Domokos, Gabor (2014): Sediment Shape Evolution Due to Pebble Abrasion in the Rio Mameyes, Puerto Rico. figshare. http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1197217

CZO ID

3857



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czos Luquillo
czo_id 3857
citation Litwin Miller, Kimberly; Szabo, Timea; Jerolmack, Douglas; Domokos, Gabor (2014): Sediment Shape Evolution Due to Pebble Abrasion in the Rio Mameyes, Puerto Rico. figshare. http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1197217
keywords Particle Size Change, Sediment Transport,
subtitle The Causes and Consequences of Particle Size Change in Fluvial Systems
variables Grain Size, perimeter, circularity, roundness, mean curvature, Stand deviation of Curvature,
disciplines Geomorphology

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Litwin Miller, K., T. Szabo, D. Jerolmack, G. Domokos (2019). LCZO -- Sediment Transport -- Grain size and shape analysis -- Mameyes and Bisley -- (2013-2013), HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/aaaf281af73741018278b0d83babb3bf

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