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Titel (primär) Spatial and temporal variability of sediment deposition on artificial-lawn traps in a floodplain of the River Elbe
Autor Baborowski, M.; Büttner, O.; Morgenstern, P.; Krüger, F.; Lobe, I.; Rupp, H.; von Tümpling, W.;
Journal / Serie Environmental Pollution
Erscheinungsjahr 2007
Department SEEFO; FLOEK; ANA; BOPHY;
Band/Volume 148
Heft 3
Sprache englisch;
Keywords trace elements; floodplain; sediment input; spatial distribution; measurement strategy
Abstract Artificial-lawn mats were used as sediment traps in floodplains to measure sediment input and composition during flood events. To estimate the natural variability, 10 traps were installed during two flood waves at three different morphological units in a meander loop of the River Elbe. The geochemical composition of deposited and suspended matter was compared. The sediment input showed weak correlations with concentration and composition of river water. It also correlated poorly with flood duration and level as well as distance of trap position from the main river. This is due to the high variability of the inundation, different morphological conditions and the variability of sources. The composition of the deposits and the suspended matter in the river water was comparable. Hence, for the investigated river reach, the expected pollution of the floodplain sediments can be derived from the pollution of the suspended matter in the river during the flood wave.
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Baborowski, M., Büttner, O., Morgenstern, P., Krüger, F., Lobe, I., Rupp, H., von Tümpling, W. (2007):
Spatial and temporal variability of sediment deposition on artificial-lawn traps in a floodplain of the River Elbe
Environ. Pollut. 148 (3), 770 - 778