Monograph

Theoretical Morphodynamics: River Meandering

  • Giovanni Seminara,
  • Stefano Lanzoni,
  • Nicoletta Tambroni,

This monograph discusses the mechanics of Meandering Rivers with the help of the mathematical and modeling tools built up in the previous monograph of the same Authors (monograph 1 of the present series). After introducing the reader to the ubiquitous character of meandering streams, we discuss the hydrodynamics of curved channels with fixed beds and banks. Next, we extend the analysis to account for the mobile character of the bed and show that it gives rise to the alternate sequence of riffles and pools that characterize river meanders. Allowing for the erodible character of the river banks then allows to build up a rational theory of meander formation able to explain most of the features observed in nature: meander growth, migration, skewing, multiple loops, cutoffs and meander belts.

  • Keywords:
  • Morphodynamics,
  • rivers,
  • sediment transport,
  • meanders,
  • bars,
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Giovanni Seminara

University of Genoa, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-0360-2029

Stefano Lanzoni

Universiyty of Padoa, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-6621-2386

Nicoletta Tambroni

University of Genoa, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-2952-7290

Giovanni Seminara Master in Civil Engineering (University of Genoa), PhD in Applied Math (Imperial College, London), Professor Emeritus at the University of Genoa and Socio Nazionale of Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.

Stefano Lanzoni Master in Hydraulic Engineering (University of Padua), PhD in Hydrodynamics (joint program, Universities of Genoa, Florence, Padua and Trent), Professor of Fluid Mechanics at the University of Padua.

Nicoletta Tambroni Master in Civil Engineering (University of Genoa), PhD in Fluid dynamics and Environmental Processes Engineering (University of Genoa), Associate Professor of Fluid Mechanics at the University of Genoa.
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