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Chapter 1: Scour Management Challenges Chapter 2: Engineering Judgment Chapter 3: Scour Processes Chapter 4: Material and Fluid Properties Chapter 5: Erosive Capacity of Water Chapter 6: Scour Thresholds Chapter 7: Scour Extent Chapter 8: Temporal Aspects of Scour Chapter 9: Engineering Management of Scour Chapter 10: Case Studies REFERENCES SYMBOLS INDEX
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