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Assessment of dam trapping efficiency from water residence time: application to fluvial sediment transport in the Adour, Dordogne, and Garonne River basins (France)

, : Assessment of dam trapping efficiency from water residence time: application to fluvial sediment transport in the Adour, Dordogne, and Garonne River basins (France). Water Resources Research 37(3): 801-811

This study was conducted over a 2 year period (1995-96) in the Garonne, Dordogne, and Adour River watersheds of southwestern France, to test the reliability and the utility of trapping efficiency (TE) in a regional model of sediment transport in the different watersheds. Total suspended matter flux data from 37 watersheds in southwest France and regional hydrological data were used.


DOI: 10.1029/2000wr900195

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