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A Framework for Delineating Channel Migration Zones

Publication number Date Published
03-06-027November 2003
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Author(s) Cygnia Rapp, R.G.; Timothy Abbe, Ph.D., R.G.
Description A Framework for Delineating Channel Migration Zones" is a technical guidance document for planners and practitioners who are delineating Channel Migration Zones (CMZs) for purposes of erosion hazard management and outlines a methodology based on up-to-date, peer-reviewed research.
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Keywords insurance, Channel Migration, sma, flow, study, river, water, shoreline management, Shoreline Master Program, smp, flood, erosion

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