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Quantifying sensitivity of suspended sediment dynamics to environmental change within the upper Ramu

Project: Funded ProjectResearch

15/03/09 → …

RamuSED

This study is using the latest river monitoring technologies and Time Series Analysis (namely the CAPTAIN Toolbox) to quantify the dynamics of streamflow, suspended sediment concentration and load within the Upper Ramu basin in Papua New Guinea.

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