Digital Object Identifier from Automated Test

Flavio Francisco
Asymmetrical morphological features are dynamic, given their migration rates, dimensions and flow separation that can occur at the lee slopes exceeding certain angles. Thus, the behavior of these bedforms, which include many tidal sand waves, are challenging to understand. Most experimental investigations regarding asymmetrical bedforms and behavior consider the riverine environment, and scarcely any information is available on sediment compositional changes along asymmetrical tidal sand waves despite their abundance offshore. Thus, Aan asymmetrical sand wave...
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