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   <center> {{HoverImage|Bullhorn2_black.png|Bullhorn2_grey.png|125px|link=Science_spotlights#Bedload_transport_rates_higher_in_fine-grained_rivers}}<br><br><big><big>What if a river bottom is basically flat? Dr. Hongbo Ma of Rice University finds that extremely fine-grained river systems develop low dunes or so-called planar beds, which minimize form drag and allow for the water to carry exceptional bedload. Measurements in the Yellow River in China form prime evidence for this theory. [[Science_spotlights#Bedload_transport_rates_higher_in_fine-grained_rivers|More...]]<br><br>[mailto:csdmsweb@colorado.edu Nominate a science announcement]</big></big><br><br><br></center>
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   <center> {{HoverImage|Bullhorn2_black.png|Bullhorn2_grey.png|125px|link=Science_spotlights#Quilting_Surface_Processes}}<br><br><big><big>Julio Hoffiman won the 2018 CSDMS Syvitski Modeler Award for developing fast algorithms that analyze and create surface and subsurface patterns. His paper describing the 'quilting techniques' was published in Computers and Geosciences in 2017. [[Science_spotlights#Quilting_Surface_Processes|More...]]<br><br>[mailto:csdmsweb@colorado.edu Nominate a science announcement]</big></big><br><br><br></center>
 
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