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braided channel

a stream containing bars which separate a network of streamlets which diverge and rejoin.
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Amy Gulick; THE SALMON WAY; Braided River (Nonfiction: Nature) 29.95 ISBN: 9781680512380
As well as lowering peak river flows, and reducing sediment build-up downstream, the work is designed to recreate a braided river with more obstructions and eddies.
The study area is part of Peshawar basin which is filled by meandering and braided river sediments.
Remote High Country Markhor and IBEX Stations, glacial valleys, and landforms Beautiful turquoise glacial lakes, Saiful Malook, Ansoo Lake Ata Abad Lake, Sadpara Lake , Shangrilla Lake golden tussock lands, and the braided river systems of the Indus basin, he added.
Anchorage, AK, April 27, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Carl Johnson, an Anchorage photographer with over 20 years professional experience, has attempted to capture the natural beauty of Bristol Bay's 40 million acres of land and water, and the lives of its 7,259 residents, in 176 pages with the book, "Where Water is Gold: Life and Livelihood in Alaska's Bristol Bay" (Braided River 2016).
A Braided River: New Zealand Baptists and Public Issues, 1882-2002.
Discourses and gazes, although not exclusively, are associated with discursive meaning-making practices over time in ECEC policy, while a braided river metaphor is used to identify streams of loosely complementary perspectives on research about quality.
Seattle, Washington: Braided River, The Mountaineers Books, 2008.
Vegetation doesn't always convert a braided river into one with a single channel, especially when flow volume in the river is consistently low.
In the section on glacial sediments, Figure G12 takes half a page to show a braided river emanating from a glacier terminus that is not even clearly visible in the picture.