Channel processes are the most dynamic exogenous geomorphological processes. This scientific field of research has many complex scientific problems and has long been developed in Ukraine and around the world in various fields of science, namely geomorphology, hydrology and technical sciences. The channel process is in constant and close connection with the geological, geomorphological, climatic and soil conditions of the territory. The composition of the weathering products and the yield on the surface of the bedrock determines, together with the above factors, the amount of solid material carried away by water, and at the same time the changing shape of the channel of these flows. A study of changes in channel processes in the Prykarpattia region, which confirmed the development of active exogenous processes in mountain river basins, especially in sloping areas.

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