Enrica Viparelli
Enrica Viparelli
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Natural processes in delta restoration: Application to the Mississippi Delta
C Paola, RR Twilley, DA Edmonds, W Kim, D Mohrig, G Parker, E Viparelli, ...
Annual review of marine science 3, 67-91, 2011
2812011
Modeling nanomaterial environmental fate in aquatic systems
AL Dale, EA Casman, GV Lowry, JR Lead, E Viparelli, M Baalousha
Environmental science & technology 49 (5), 2587-2593, 2015
2592015
Large shift in source of fine sediment in the Upper Mississippi River
P Belmont, KB Gran, SP Schottler, PR Wilcock, SS Day, C Jennings, ...
Environmental science & technology 45 (20), 8804-8810, 2011
1962011
Normal and anomalous diffusion of gravel tracer particles in rivers
V Ganti, MM Meerschaert, E Foufoula‐Georgiou, E Viparelli, G Parker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 115 (F2), 2010
1502010
Sand as a stable and sustainable resource for nourishing the Mississippi River delta
JA Nittrouer, E Viparelli
Nature Geoscience 7 (5), 350-354, 2014
1162014
River morphodynamics with creation/consumption of grain size stratigraphy 2: numerical model
E Viparelli, OE Sequeiros, A Cantelli, PR Wilcock, G Parker
Journal of Hydraulic Research 48 (6), 727-741, 2010
822010
The equilibrium alluvial river under variable flow and its channel‐forming discharge
A Blom, L Arkesteijn, V Chavarrķas, E Viparelli
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 122 (10), 1924-1948, 2017
742017
A model to predict the evolution of a gravel bed river under an imposed cyclic hydrograph and its application to the Trinity River
E Viparelli, D Gaeuman, P Wilcock, G Parker
Water Resources Research 47 (2), 2011
652011
Variable Shields number model for river bankfull geometry: bankfull shear velocity is viscosity-dependent but grain size-independent
C Li, MJ Czapiga, EC Eke, E Viparelli, G Parker
Journal of Hydraulic Research 53 (1), 36-48, 2015
592015
The graded alluvial river: Profile concavity and downstream fining
A Blom, E Viparelli, V Chavarrķas
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (12), 6285-6293, 2016
572016
A numerical model to develop long-term sediment budgets using isotopic sediment fingerprints
E Viparelli, JW Lauer, P Belmont, G Parker
Computers & geosciences 53, 114-122, 2013
532013
Macro-roughness model of bedrock–alluvial river morphodynamics
L Zhang, G Parker, CP Stark, T Inoue, E Viparelli, X Fu, N Izumi
Earth Surface Dynamics 3 (1), 113-138, 2015
452015
Coevolution of width and sinuosity in meandering rivers
EC Eke, MJ Czapiga, E Viparelli, Y Shimizu, J Imran, T Sun, G Parker
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 760, 127-174, 2014
402014
An integrated sediment budget for the Le Sueur River Basin
K Gran, P Belmont, S Day, C Jennings, JW Lauer, E Viparelli, P Wilcock, ...
MPCA Report wq-iw7-29o, 2011
292011
River morphodynamics with creation/consumption of grain size stratigraphy 1: laboratory experiments
E Viparelli, R Haydel, M Salvaro, PR Wilcock, G Parker
Journal of Hydraulic Research 48 (6), 715-726, 2010
282010
Morphodynamics and sediment tracers in 1-D (MAST-1D): 1-D sediment transport that includes exchange with an off-channel sediment reservoir
JW Lauer, E Viparelli, H Piégay
Advances in Water Resources 93, 135-149, 2016
272016
Modeling turbidity currents with nonuniform sediment and reverse buoyancy
OE Sequeiros, A Cantelli, E Viparelli, JDL White, MH Garcķa, G Parker
Water Resources Research 45 (6), 2009
272009
Modeling flow and sediment transport dynamics in the lowermost Mississippi River, Louisiana, USA, with an upstream alluvial‐bedrock transition and a downstream bedrock‐alluvial …
E Viparelli, JA Nittrouer, G Parker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 120 (3), 534-563, 2015
252015
Field-scale numerical modeling of breaching as a mechanism for generating continuous turbidity currents
E Eke, E Viparelli, G Parker
Geosphere 7 (5), 1063-1076, 2011
232011
Advance, retreat, and halt of abrupt gravel‐sand transitions in alluvial rivers
A Blom, V Chavarrķas, RI Ferguson, E Viparelli
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (19), 9751-9760, 2017
212017
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