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Comment les affluents du Rhône influencent-ils les crues ?

Abstract : The large floods of the Rhone river are issued from the main tributaries, such as the Ain, Saone, Isere, Ardeche, Durance and Gard rivers. If the hydraulic dams have an influence on tributary floods, it remains negligible on the Rhone river, especially for large floods greater than the 100 year flood.
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M. Lang, Philippe Billy, Pauline Castaing, J.P. Bravard, A. Clémens. Comment les affluents du Rhône influencent-ils les crues ?. Le Rhône en 100 questions, Graie, pp.118-119, 2008, 978-2-917199-00-8. ⟨hal-02590728⟩



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