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2 km long reach (Fig. 1a) in the middle part of the Ondava River in two time horizons of 2002 and 2009 (reference year: 1987). The Ondava springs at 546 m above sea level and crosses the flysch area in north-eastern Slovakia. The Ondava is Fig. 1 Location of study sections on the Ondava River (a non-channelized meandering gravel-bed river) (a); the Topl’a River (a mixed-bedrock headwater) (b); and the Danube River (a large alluvial river) (c) 3 Geomorphic/Sedimentary Responses of Rivers to Floods: Case Studies from Slovakia 39 M.
Landforms developed during preceding events were identified, and the minimum/maximum grain size of the material transported was measured. Longitudinal and cross sections of selected valleys were also analyzed. Channels were mapped using a special manual and a set of templates (Kamykowska et al. 1999). Survey maps of the channels and the sets of landforms identified in each of them were used to break down the channels into basic reaches, which were then described. Qualitative and quantitative features were identified, as well as erosion and accumulation – type forms, ruble, and training.
Provided that in the image taken before the extreme event no such bar or only small bars were visible and in the image taken after the event distinct bar areas are detected, it is assumed that bank erosion occurred. The presence of bars in the eroded area is associated with a drop in stream power and subsequent sedimentation after the passing of the flood wave (Fonstad 2003). 43 ha (Fig. 6). Average bank retreat along reaches with floodplain pockets was 7 m (maximum: 39 m). 5 m mean width widened by 80% on average and up to fourfold in some locations (Fig.