|Title: ||The impact of a major Quaternary river capture on the alluvial sediments of a beheaded river system, the Rio Alias SE Spain|
|Affiliation: ||University College Chester ; University of Liverpool ; University College Chester|
|Citation: ||Geomorphology, 2007, 84(3-4), pp. 344-356|
|Issue Date: ||Feb-2007 |
|Additional Links: ||http://elsevier.com/locate/geomorph|
|Abstract: ||This article discusses a major river capture event within the Sorbas Basin (c.70 ka) which created a situation whereby the Rio Alias abruptly lost c. 70% of its drainage area and this led to a significant modification of the fluvial system in both upstream and downstream zones on the capturing stream, and downstream on the beheaded system.|
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|Keywords: ||river capture|
alluvial architecture river terraces
|Appears in Collections: ||Geography and Development Studies |
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