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The dynamics of shorelines of large inland water bodies in conjunction with the use of water resources

, : The dynamics of shorelines of large inland water bodies in conjunction with the use of water resources. Akad Nauk SSSR, Izv

Important shoreline changes in large inland bodies of water of the USSR can result from water use. Water management of upstream tributaries may cause shoreline changes at great distances downstream because of alteration in the flow of suspended sediment. Such effects are seen along portions of the shorelines of the Caspian and Black seas. A classification of reservoir shoreline types and characteristic shoreline processes is offered. Several examples are presented of shoreline changes due to reservoir construction.


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