MStaT – Meander Statistics Toolbox Meandering channels develop different geometry patterns along the floodplain during its evolution. These natural processes lead to developing lateral and longitudinal migration, describing a sort of swept that affect the human activities. As the equilibrium geometry of natural channels depends on: the flow and sediment discharge, geological conditions of valley, soil properties, and vegetation among others, the preliminary characterization is not easy. Due to this, several engineering and scientific problems require an appropriate description of morphological processes. The dynamic characterization like the quantification of wavelength, amplitude, sinuosity, and curvature using Medium Temporal Scheme (MTS) is using widely. Unlike the traditional scheme that only uses short or long-term schemes, MTS includes relevant morphological events (e.g., cutoff). In addition this, the satellite images has increased and achieves a high spatial resolution, even