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Braided Flow

The picture shown here contains an example of a braided current. This is different from a meandering current or a straight current. In a braided current, sections of current cross each other.

Another example of braided current can be seen in the residue shown in this picture, and the floodplain shown in this picture.


This picture shows evidence of "braided flow".
Click on image for full size version (43K JPG)
Image from: C. Alexander

Braided Flow

The picture shown here contains an example of a braided current. This is different from a meandering current or a straight current. In a braided current, sections of current cross each other.

Another example of braided current can be seen in the residue shown in this picture, and the floodplain shown in this picture.


This picture shows evidence of "braided flow".
Click on image for full size version (43K JPG)

Braided Flow

The picture shown here contains an example of a braided current. This is different from a meandering current or a straight current.

In a braided current, sections of current cross each other. Other examples of braided currents can be seen in the residue shown in this picture, and the floodplain shown in this picture.


This picture shows evidence of "braided flow".
Click on image for full size version (43K JPG)


Last modified February 24, 1998 by the Windows Team

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