Francesco Comiti mainly investigates Hydrology, Structural basin, STREAMS, Sediment and Channel. His Hydrology research incorporates elements of Hydraulics, Bed load and Communication channel. His Structural basin study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geophone, Large woody debris and Warning system.
Francesco Comiti has researched Sediment in several fields, including Aggradation and Erosion. His Channel research integrates issues from Floodplain, Riparian zone and Tributary. His Riparian zone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Spatial ecology, Water Framework Directive and Environmental resource management.
Francesco Comiti mostly deals with Hydrology, Sediment, Drainage basin, STREAMS and Geomorphology. The concepts of his Hydrology study are interwoven with issues in Structural basin and Riparian zone. His Sediment research incorporates elements of Elevation and Glacial period.
His Drainage basin research includes themes of Physical geography and Debris flow. In Channel, Francesco Comiti works on issues like Environmental resource management, which are connected to Climate change. His Flood myth research focuses on subjects like Erosion, which are linked to Deposition.
His main research concerns Hydrology, Drainage basin, Sediment, Physical geography and Rock glacier. Francesco Comiti does research in Hydrology, focusing on STREAMS specifically. His work on Sediment yield as part of general Drainage basin study is frequently connected to High resolution and Natural hazard, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
In general Sediment study, his work on Sediment transport often relates to the realm of Event, Heptageniidae, Biological dispersal and Flushing, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His research in the fields of Glacier overlaps with other disciplines such as South tyrol. His work deals with themes such as Bedrock, Climate change, Atmospheric sciences and Snowmelt, which intersect with Rock glacier.
Francesco Comiti spends much of his time researching Beach morphodynamics, Glacier, Hydrology, Sediment and Sediment transport. His Beach morphodynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Alnus incana, Alder, River restoration and Riparian zone. The Glacier study combines topics in areas such as Permafrost, Aggradation, Surface runoff and Sedimentation.
His study in Hydrology focuses on STREAMS and Floodplain. His studies in STREAMS integrate themes in fields like Bed load and Erosion. His work carried out in the field of Sediment brings together such families of science as Communication channel, Snowmelt and Debris flow.
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Geomorphometric assessment of spatial sediment connectivity in small Alpine catchments
Marco Cavalli;Sebastiano Trevisani;Francesco Comiti;Lorenzo Marchi.
A method for the assessment and analysis of the hydromorphological condition of Italian streams: The Morphological Quality Index (MQI)
M Rinaldi;N Surian;Francesco Comiti;M Bussettini.
Channel adjustments and vegetation cover dynamics in a large gravel bed river over the last 200 years
F. Comiti;M. Da Canal;N. Surian;L. Mao.
A multi-scale hierarchical framework for developing understanding of river behaviour to support river management
A. M. Gurnell;M. Rinaldi;B. Belletti;S. Bizzi.
Aquatic Sciences (2016)
Effective discharge for sediment transport in a mountain river: Computational approaches and geomorphic effectiveness
Mario Aristide Lenzi;Luca Mao;Francesco Comiti.
Journal of Hydrology (2006)
CHANNEL ADJUSTMENTS AND ALTERATION OF SEDIMENT FLUXES IN GRAVEL-BED RIVERS OF NORTH-EASTERN ITALY: POTENTIALS AND LIMITATIONS FOR CHANNEL RECOVERY
Nicola Surian;Luca Ziliani;Francesco Comiti;Mario A. Lenzi.
River Research and Applications (2009)
Field-derived relationships for flow velocity and resistance in high-gradient streams
Francesco Comiti;Luca Mao;Andrew Wilcox;Andrew Wilcox;Ellen E. Wohl.
Journal of Hydrology (2007)
Spatial density and characteristics of woody debris in five mountain rivers of the Dolomites (Italian Alps)
Francesco Comiti;Andrea Andreoli;Mario Aristide Lenzi;Luca Mao.
Flow regimes, bed morphology, and flow resistance in self-formed step-pool channels
F. Comiti;D. Cadol;E. Wohl.
Water Resources Research (2009)
When does bedload transport begin in steep boulder-bed streams?
Mario Aristide Lenzi;Luca Mao;Francesco Comiti.
Hydrological Processes (2006)
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