ANALYSES

Soils Analyses

Soils Analyses - profile analyses of varying soil compositions that would potentially accrete in the projective succession of the LA River as the concrete substrate is degraded.  The attribute matrix of each soil type may be overlaid on top of each plant specie to understand the symbiotic relationship of soil accretion and species colonization.

  Soil Samples  - The following "sediments" were used in the live-modeling of the fluvial morphology of riverine systems, which are based upon the weights of the corresponding compositions of varying soils that were analyzed: gravel, sand, silt, clay, loam, sandy loam, silt loam, and clay loam.

Soil Samples - The following "sediments" were used in the live-modeling of the fluvial morphology of riverine systems, which are based upon the weights of the corresponding compositions of varying soils that were analyzed: gravel, sand, silt, clay, loam, sandy loam, silt loam, and clay loam.

Sectional Typologies

  Typical Historic Section  of the River (pre-channelization/concretization) with " Native " riparian species

Typical Historic Section of the River (pre-channelization/concretization) with "Native" riparian species

   Typical Present Section  of the River (channelized/concretized) with " Invasive " riparian species

Typical Present Section of the River (channelized/concretized) with "Invasive" riparian species

  Typical Future Section  of the River (post-channelized/concretized) with " Projective " riparian species

Typical Future Section of the River (post-channelized/concretized) with "Projective" riparian species

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