The study of meanders is traceable back to Poincare's work on differential geometry, and has subsequently arisen in different contexts such as the classification of 3-manifolds [KS91] and the Temperley-Lieb algebra [CJ03].
n], the set of meanders of order n, and the formula [absolute value of [M.
These experiments reveal some of the necessary conditions for formation of meanders on Earth and throughout the solar system.
Snaking meanders typically form in low-sloping valleys where, over the years, they wander across their floodplain, creating new floodplain deposits and leaving behind tree-lined sloughs, chutes and oxbow lakes that team with fish, birds, mammals and reptiles.
Schmitt added, "This is a continuation of FISC's efforts to restore Beaver Creek to its natural meanders and stream conditions and restore the salt water marsh portion of the creek.
Phase 2 involved the design and initial construction of the middle reach of meanders including underground utility relocation.
VALENCIA - The shallow lake that meanders
through the Lakeshore Condominiums in Valencia is a wildlife refuge of sorts - and a health hazard.
Just as for The Americans Frank meandered
around the country--turning up perhaps his most perfect pictures in Butte, Montana, not an obvious point on anyone's itinerary, unless you were paying homage to Dashiell Hammett's Red Harvest--so in Pull My Daisy, Me and My Brother, Cocksucker Blues, Home Improvements, and other films, as in many of his Polaroid composites, Frank meanders
The Kissimmee River in Florida is another example of an attempt to restore natural meanders
and wetlands to a channelized fiver.
The stricter designation would apply to the entire 85-mile river, which meanders
from Acton and through Santa Clarita in Los Angeles County, then passes through Ventura County farmlands before reaching the Ventura coastline.
The two-mile trail begins on Lindero Canyon Road and meanders
north up along hump-backed ridges before reaching China Flat, just below the ridge formed by the Simi Hills.
Coastal rivers and even small creeks gushed over their banks and fed the Willamette, which meanders
through farmland and Oregon's major population centers from Eugene to its confluence with the Columbia in Portland.