FLUVER2 River Gradient Modelling

FLUVER2 is a 2D River Gradient linked to a semi-3D Terrace modelling framework. In the following sections we will regularly publish updates on case studies from all over the world (Netherlands, France, Spain, UK).

Our 2D and semi-3D framework for the FLUVER2 and LIMTER-TERRAS models are available for research (contact us) involving river profile or river gradient analysis for long term modelling, and the modelling of development, preservation and possible altitudes of river terraces. See references to case studies below for the potential of our FLUVER2 methdologies!

FLUVER 2 References

  • Veldkamp, A., Schoorl, J.M., Viveen, W., 2016. Predicting reach- specific properties of fluvial terraces to guide fieldwork. A case study for the Late Quaternary Allier rriver (France) with the FLUVER2 model. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Volume 41, Issue 15, Pages 2256-2268. DOI: 10.1002/esp.4042.
  • Geach, M.R., Viveen, W., Mather, A.E., Telfer, M.J., Fletcher, W.J., Stokes, M., Peyron, O., 2015. An integrated field and numerical modelling study of controls on Late Quaternary fluvial landscape development (Tabernas, southeast Spain). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 40 (14), pp. 1907-1926.
  • Viveen, W., Schoorl, J.M., Veldkamp, A., van Balen, R.T., 2014. Modelling the impact of regional uplift and local tectonics on fluvial terrace preservation. Geomorphology 210, pp. 119–135. DOI:10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.12.026
  • Viveen, W., Schoorl, J.M., Veldkamp, A., van Balen, R.T., Desprat, S., Vidal-Romani, J.R. 2013. Reconstructing the interacting effects of base level, climate, and tectonic uplift in the lower Miño River terrace record: A gradient modelling evaluation. Geomorphology 186 , pp. 96-118 DOI:10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.12.026
  • Stemerdink, C., Maddy, D., Bridgland, D.R., Veldkamp, A., 2010. The construction of a palaeodischarge time series for use in a study of fluvial system development of the middle to late pleistocene upper Thames. Journal of Quaternary Science 25 (4), 447-460.
  • Veldkamp, A., Berg, M. van den, Dijke, J.J. van, Berg van Saparoea, R.M. van den (2002). Reconstructing late quaternary fluvial process controls in the upper aller valley (north Germany) by means of numerical modeling. Geologie en Mijnbouw 81 (3-4), 375-388.
  • Tebbens, L.A. and Veldkamp, A. (2001). Exploring the possibilities and limitations of modelling Quaternary fluvial dynamics: a case study of the river Meuse. In: River Basin Sediment Systems: Archives of Environmental Change / D. Maddy, M.G. Macklin, J.C. Woodward. - [S.l.] : [s.n.], 2001. - ISBN 90 5809 342 5 - p. 469 - 484.
  • Veldkamp, A. and Tebbens, L.A. (2001). Registration of abrupt climate changes within fluvial systems : insights from numerical modelling experiments. Global and Planetary Change 28 (2001). - ISSN 0921-8181 - p. 129 - 144.
  • Tebbens, L.A., Veldkamp, A., Dijke, J.J. van, Schoorl, J.M. (2000). Modeling longitudinal-profile development in response to Late Quaternary tectonics, climate and sea-level changes: the River Meuse. Global and Planetary Change 27 (2000). - ISSN 0921-8181 - p. 165 - 186.
  • Tebbens, L.A. and Veldkamp, A. (2000). Late Quaternary evolution of fluvial sediment composition: a modeling case study of the River Meuse. Global and Planetary Change 27 (2000). - ISSN 0921-8181 - p. 187 - 206.
  • Veldkamp, A. and Dijke, J.J. van (2000). Simulating internal and external controls on fluvial terrace stratigraphy : a qualitative comparison with the Maas record. Geomorphology 33 (2000) - p. 225 - 236.
  • Schoorl, J.M. and Veldkamp, A. (1998). Modelling late cenozoic profile development of the guadalhorce system, South Spain. Sedimentology at the dawn of the third millennium: 15th International Sedimentological Congress, Alicante (1998) 703.
  • Veldkamp, A. and Dijke, J.J. van (1998). Modelling long-term erosion and sedimentation processes in fluvial systems: a case study for the Allier, Loire system. Palaeohydrology and environmental change. Benito, G., V.R. Baker and K.J. Gregory (eds.) (1998) 3-66.