Design and application of a sediment and contaminant transport modelling system

J. C. Bathurst, A. Purnama

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Abstract

A physically-based modelling system for water, sediment and contaminant transport at the river basin scale, called SHETRAN-UK, is presented which has particular relevance to environmental change impact studies. Based on the SHE hydrological modelling system, components have been developed for soil erosion and sediment yield, and for dissolved and particulate contaminant transport. Particular emphasis is placed on sediment and contaminant interactions and sediment transport by size fraction (including cohesive sediments) to account for the preferential sorption of contaminants by the finer sediment sizes. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSediment and stream water quality in a changing environment. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991
EditorsN.E. Peters, D.E. Walling
PublisherIAHS; Publication, 203
Pages305-313
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 1991

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Bathurst, J. C., & Purnama, A. (1991). Design and application of a sediment and contaminant transport modelling system. In N. E. Peters, & D. E. Walling (Eds.), Sediment and stream water quality in a changing environment. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991 (pp. 305-313). IAHS; Publication, 203.