TitleNumerical analysis of stream renovation using MIKE 11-GIS and HEC-RAS5
Journal titleJournal of Water and Land Development
AffiliationNazari Giglou, Abolfazl : Islamic Azad University, Department of Civil Engineering, Parsabad Moghan Branch, Parsabad Moghan, Iran ; Nazari Giglou, Abolfazl : University of Idaho, Center for Ecohydraulics Research, Department of Civil Engineering, 322 E. Front St., Suite 340 Boise, ID 83702, 83712, Boise, USA
Keywordsecological recovery ; field site screening ; hydrodynamics modelling ; pre-post renovation ; stream renovation
Divisions of PASNauki Biologiczne i Rolnicze
PublisherPolish Academy of Sciences Committee on Agronomic Sciences Section of Land Reclamation and Environmental Engineering in Agriculture; Institute of Technology and Life Sciences
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SourceJournal of Water and Land Development; 2021; No 48; 22-31
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