Ponten & Plink-Bjorklund (2007) advocated that there was a change from the progradation to aggradation
from the lower to the upper part of the Gauja RS, coupled with a decrease in tidal influence and a decrease in the coarsegrained sediment input.
The Guapi-Macacu watershed has, in the first instance, two relief systems: degradation forms (steep hills and massifs) and aggradation
forms (plains and isolated hills with a small range of altitude variability).
Polders flushed with tidal waters rich in suspended sediment grow by clay aggradation
Vertical, cylindrical or U-shaped dwelling burrows (with retrusive spreiten) developed mainly in response to substrate aggradation
predominantly silt-sized sediment formed by accumulations of wind-blown dust  from the late Pleistocene with mounds and low alluvial plains that are a result of more recent unconsolidation and aggradation
and degradation of alluvial sand deposits, 1965-1986, Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.
However, the modern Tanana is an aggrading river system, and given the slight elevation of the modern levee, aggradation
during Holocene flooding appears equally likely (Anderson, 1975; Mason and Beget, 1991).
Tenders are invited for Engineering reports and other written and graphic materials to be prepared may include, but are not limited to the assessment of the following: structural components, substructure foundation condition, rock and subsurface conditions, turbulence, aggradation
and degradation of the channel bed and banks, past repairs, debris, historical records and recommended remediation work.
The world's deltas were built up mostly by aggradation
, or the deposition of fertile river sediments over thousands of years.
Impacts of large dams on downstream flow conditions of rivers: aggradation
and reduction of the Medjerda channel capacity downstream of the Sidi Salem dam (Tunisia).
CPI > 1 also indicates aggradation
in soil quality as related to soil organic matter content and to all benefits of this component for soil improvement.
Environmentally, however, the effects of regulation include the disruption of flows and sedimentation downstream due to the construction of dams, long term siltation and consequent aggradation
upstream of dams, bank erosion in the first few years after regulation, and some indefinite sedimentary redistribution, salinity, reversal of peak flows (naturally peak flows are in winter; when regulated peak flows occur in summer), and the potential for temperature fluctuations and the transfer of biota due to inter-divisional transfers (Walker, 1985, p.