Meander Statistics Toolbox (MStaT): A toolbox for geometry characterization of bends in large meandering channels

Lucas Dominguez Ruben, Kensuke Naito, Ronald Roger Gutierrez, Ricardo Szupiany, Jorge Darwin Abad

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This contribution presents MStaT, a wavelet-based open-source software developed to provide a detailed characterization of large meandering river morphodynamics. MStaT integrates three independent modules: (i) meandering morphometrics module; (ii) migration module; and (iii) confluence module. MStaT delivers a short and medium-term framework to analyze the river centerline and valley-meandering channel interrelationship at low computational cost. It provides quantitative information on the spatial distribution of the arc-wavelength, migration rates, cutoffs events, and tributary channels influences. Data are presented through a user-friendly graphical user interface that makes the output interpretation easier, and that is freely available to the communities of river morphodynamics scientists and engineers.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo100674
PublicaciónSoftwareX
Volumen14
DOI
EstadoPublicada - jun. 2021

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