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   <center> {{HoverImage|Bullhorn2_black.png|Bullhorn2_grey.png|125px|link=Science_spotlights#Capturing_overland_flow-driven_erosion:_the_OverlandFlow_component_in_Landlab}}<br><br><big><big>Simulations show steeper catchments and more concave channels if overland flow is modeled as more realistic hydrographs. '''Jordan Adams''', graduate student at Tulane University, developed open-source code to better model runoff and erosion from rainstorms. [[Science_spotlights#Capturing_overland_flow-driven_erosion:_the_OverlandFlow_component_in_Landlab|More...]]<br><br>[mailto:csdmsweb@colorado.edu Nominate a science announcement]</big></big><br><br><br></center>
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New insights in the longstanding question about relevance of magnitude and frequency of flow rate in determining channel geometry are presented in the latest JGR. Prof. Blom of Delft University, together with students and Prof. Viparelli of the Univ. of SC, formulated analytical relations to describe the equilibrium geometry of an alluvial river under variable flow by linking channel slope, width, and bed grain size characteristics. More...

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