Definitions for "Bedload"
The particles in a stream channel that mainly move by jumping, sliding or rolling on or near the bottom of the stream.
Stream-transported material, such as sediment and rocks.
Sediment or other material that slides, rolls, or bounces along a stream or channel bed of flowing water.
Material (e.g., sand, gravel, and cobbles) carried by a river. It is typically suspended in the water column with high enough flow velocities, and then deposited when flow velocities slow.