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Transporte de material sedimentario en el sistema lagunar de Altata-Ensenada del Pabellón, Sinaloa, México

Montaño Ley, Yovani; Páez Osuna, Federico

Instituto de Geofísica, UNAM, publicado en Geofísica Internacional, y cosechado de Revistas UNAM

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Montaño Ley, Yovani, et al. (1994). Transporte de material sedimentario en el sistema lagunar de Altata-Ensenada del Pabellón, Sinaloa, México. Geofísica Internacional; Vol. 33 No. 2, 1994. Recuperado de https://repositorio.unam.mx/contenidos/42284

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Autor(es)
Montaño Ley, Yovani; Páez Osuna, Federico
Tipo
Artículo de Investigación
Área del conocimiento
Físico Matemáticas y Ciencias de la Tierra
Título
Transporte de material sedimentario en el sistema lagunar de Altata-Ensenada del Pabellón, Sinaloa, México
Fecha
2012-06-07
Resumen
Suspended and bed load sediment transport were computed at several stations in the Altata-Ensenada del Pabellon lagoon system, Mexico. Sediment concentration profiles were computed by integration of the time average convection-diffusion equation. The field and laboratory work included measurements of physical and sedimentary parameters. The information was used as input for a computer model developed by Van Rijn (1990). The results indicate in most vertical profiles an increase of sediment concentration with depth. The highest suspended sediment transport (0.012 Kg/s m²) was found near the mouth of Culiacan River and the highest bed load transport rate (0.0012 kg/s m²) was found near the inlet. The suspended sediment flux was almost uniform in the upper water layers but increased sharply in a 0.30 m layer near the bottom.
Tema
Coastal lagoons; sediment transport; currents; bed load.; Lagunas costeras; transporte de sedimentos; corrientes; carga de fondo.
Idioma
spa
ISSN
0016-7169

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