Articles | Volume 39
01 Apr 2014
 | 01 Apr 2014

Relative role of bed roughness change and bed erosion on peak discharge increase in hyperconcentrated floods

W. Li, Z. B. Wang, D. S. van Maren, H. J. de Vriend, and B. S. Wu

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