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Fluvial Processes and Their Future Magnitudes: Combined Field Observation and Simulation Approaches
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 270, 2012-07-14)
Fluvio-morphological processes of meander bends - Combining conventional field measurements, close-range remote sensing and computational modelling
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 298, 2015-02-21)
Meandering rivers have been perceived to evolve rather similarly around the world independently of the location or size of the river. Despite the many consistent processes and characteristics they have also been noted to ...
Meat consumption as a wicked problem : evidence from data and policies
(Turun yliopisto, 2017-12-14)
Sustainable food production and consumption is fundamental to the achievement of the worldwide UN Sustainable Development Goals. For a food system to be sustainable, it needs to provide adequate nutrition and food security ...
Modeling the spatial and temporal trends of water quality in boreal managed watersheds
(Turun yliopisto, 2017-12-08)
Land use changes have altered natural hydrological pathways and biogeochemical cycling of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus, among other elements, affecting the quality of aquatic ecosystems such as rivers, lakes and coastal ...
Geographical Studies of Underwater Light Dynamics in the Coastal Archipelago of SW Finland, Baltic Sea
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 314, 2016-05-13)
The underwater light field is an important environmental variable as it, among other things, enables aquatic primary production. Although the portion of solar radiation that is referred to as visible light penetrates water, ...
Remote sensing for three-dimensional modelling of hydromorphology
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 302, 2015-05-23)
Successful management of rivers requires an understanding of the fluvial processes that govern them. This, in turn cannot be achieved without a means of quantifying their geomorphology and hydrology and the spatio-temporal ...