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By Giorgio Lollino, Massimo Arattano, Massimo Rinaldi, Orazio Giustolisi, Jean-Christophe Marechal, Gordon E. Grant

This publication is one out of eight IAEG XII Congress volumes and bargains with river basins, that are the focal point of many hydraulic engineering and hydrogeological reports around the world. Such reports research river platforms as either a source of the fluvial atmosphere, and likewise discover river-related dangers and dangers. The contributions of researchers from diversified disciplines concentrate on: surface-groundwater exchanges, circulation move, flow erosion, river morphology and administration, sediment delivery regimes, particles flows, review of water assets, dam operation and hydropower iteration, flood hazards and flood keep watch over, movement pollutants and water caliber administration. The contributions contain case reports for advancing box tracking strategies, enhancing modeling and evaluation of rivers and stories contributing to raised administration plans and guidelines for the river setting and water assets. The Engineering Geology for Society and Territory volumes of the IAEG XII Congress held in Torino from September 15-19, 2014, learn the dynamic position of engineering geology in our altering global and construct at the 4 major subject matters of the congress: setting, approaches, concerns and techniques. The congress themes and topic parts of the eight IAEG XII Congress volumes are: weather swap and Engineering Geology. Landslide tactics. River Basins, Reservoir Sedimentation and Water assets. Marine and Coastal techniques. city Geology, Sustainable making plans and panorama Exploitation. utilized Geology for significant Engineering tasks. schooling, specialist Ethics and Public acceptance of Engineering Geology. protection of Cultural Heritage.

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Clay abundance on the South Fork appears to peak at the upstream end of the South Fork alluvial reaches (SFB2) and decrease downstream. The mainstem McKenzie sites are dominated by gravel with moderate amounts of sand, silt and clay. While silt abundance on the mainstem McKenzie is higher than above the dam, they are similar to the South Fork sites and show no difference between sites located above or below the South Fork confluence. Mainstem samples below the confluence with the South Fork have significantly less clay than the South Fork samples, Fig.

5194/hessd-11-5115-2014 3 De Luca DA, Comina C, Destefanis E, Marzano F, Carbotta G, Dino G, Passarella I, Masciocco L, Sambuelli L, Perotti L, Lasagna M, Clemente P, Bonetto S (2012) Definizione di linee guida per la valutazione delle perdite dei canali irrigui. regione. pdf. Accessed 2 May 2014 De Luca DA, Destefanis E, Forno MG, Lasagna M, Masciocco L (2014) The genesis and the hydrogeological features of the Turin Po Plain fontanili, typical lowland springs in Northern Italy. Bull Eng Geol Environ 73:409–427.

94 m3/s by the flat longitudinal trench ground, which has an inclination of 1 %. 6 m3/ s. 86 m3/s (Gems and Achleitner 2011). The electro-hydraulic control of the water retention basin was defined based on these hydrological and hydraulic calculations. 1 gives an overview of the calculated maximum reservoir capacity (red), inflow hydrograph of the 150-year event (black) and 2 Local-Scale Risk Analysis and Mitigation of Debris Flow 11 Fig. 1 Maximum reservoir capacity (red), inflow hydrograph of the 150-year event (black) and the throttled water delivery into the trench (blue) the throttled water delivery into the trench (blue).

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