Knickpoints in tributaries of the South Fork Eel River, Northern California. Master's Thesis.

Creator

Foster, M.

Date

2010

Title

Knickpoints in tributaries of the South Fork Eel River, Northern California. Master's Thesis.

Publisher

Humboldt State University

Description

Multiple knickpoints are present in two tributary basins of the South Fork Eel River. These tributaries are downstream from a major knickpoint on the South Fork Eel River, which may be a transient knickpoint propagating base-level fall throughout the basin. Knickpoints are identified from longitudinal profiles extracted from LiDARderived DEMs.

Bibliographic Citation

Foster, M. 2010. Knickpoints in tributaries of the South Fork Eel River, Northern California. Master's Thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata California

Citation

Foster, M., “ Knickpoints in tributaries of the South Fork Eel River, Northern California. Master's Thesis. ,” Eel River Library, accessed September 22, 2017, http://eelriverlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/345.

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