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Which one of the following river systems forms the largest fluvio-deltaic system in the world? GATE-Geology and Geophysics-Question-2012

Which one of the following river systems forms the largest fluvio-deltaic system in the world?
(A) Mississippi–Ohio (B) Red–Mekong
(C) Ganga–Brahmaputra (D) Yellow–Ba Hoi

Asked On2017-07-06 12:35:54 by:Amogh

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Ganga–Brahmaputra forms the largest fluvio-deltaic system in the world

Ancient flood-dominated fluvio-deltaic systems cannot be described and interpreted according to the current sedimentological models for fluvial and deltaic sedimentation, because such models are usually derived from modern depositional environments dominated by "normal" fluvial and marine processes (see extensive discussion in Mutti et al. 1996). The modern analogs of these flood-dominated systems could be the small and medium-sized mountainous rivers described by Milliman and Syvitski (1992) and the "dirty rivers" of Mulder and Syvitski (1995), which can generate frequent hyperpycnal flows during a year (Mutti et al. 2000).

Answerd on:2017-07-09 Answerd By:tarun101

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