Dynamique fluviale, changement global et pression anthropique dans le bassin, le cours et le delta de l'Èbre

Translated title of the contribution: Fluvial geomorphology - Envi-Ronmental change - Channel patterns - Environmental impact

Alfredo Ollero, Askoa Ibisate, Vanesa Acín, Daniel Ballarín, David Granado, Jesús Horacio, Daniel Mora, Estela Nadal, Miguel Sánchez Fabre, María Sebastián, Francesca Segura-Beltran, Ana Valls

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RIVER DYNAMICS, GLOBAL CHANGE AND HUMAN PRESSURE IN EBRO BASIN, CHANNEL AND DELTA. The river Ebro and its tributaries has undergone very remarkable changes since 1950. They have suffered marked process of simplification and stabilization, both in the main river and in its main Pyrenean and Iberian tributaries. They show important changes in the channel morphology, vegetation encroachment, narrowing of the fluvial natural space and incision. The causes of these adjustments are the global change that has affected the basin, accompanied by the construction of reservoirs and other numerous direct human pressures, especially gravel extractions and channelization. The Ebro Delta, currently regressive, also responds to the same factors and processes.

Translated title of the contributionFluvial geomorphology - Envi-Ronmental change - Channel patterns - Environmental impact
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)41-54
Number of pages14
JournalSud-Ouest Europeen
Issue number44
StatePublished - 2017
Externally publishedYes


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