Articles | Volume 21, issue 11
Research article
16 Nov 2017
Research article |  | 16 Nov 2017

Experimental determination of the flood wave transformation and the sediment resuspension in a small regulated stream in an agricultural catchment

David Zumr, Tomáš Dostál, Jan Devátý, Petr Valenta, Pavel Rosendorf, Alexander Eder, and Peter Strauss


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Short summary
Intensively cultivated landscape is the main non-point source of eroded sediment. The soil particles, carrying bounded nutrients and pollutants, cause both environmental and economic problems downstream. We did several flooding experiments in a typical rural drainage channel to show how the eroded sediment behaves in the headwater streams during spring and summer. We conclude that the channel behaves as a sediment trap during summer. In spring the sediment moves quickly.