Abstract

A meander in the Des Moines River grew rapidly following a channel cutoff ca. 1880, after which the rate of growth slowed gradually as the channel approached the edge of the meander belt. A first-order rate equation of the form S/S0 = eKt was found to describe the distance S of the river from the edge of the meander belt at any time t after cutoff.

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