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Transportation of Sediment by Bubbles
Henry W. Menard
Bubbles adhere to sediment in water and facilitate its transportation both in suspension and as bed-load. The physical limitations on the formation of bubble-grain agglomerates are analysed, and natural environments favorable for their occurrence are discussed. The agglomerates influence the sorting as well as the transportation of sediment.
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