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Publications:  Prof Angela Gurnell

Serlet AJ, Gurnell AM, Zolezzi G et al.(2018). Biomorphodynamics of alternate bars in a channelized, regulated river: An integrated historical and modelling analysis. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms vol. 43, (9) 1739-1756.
10.1002/esp.4349
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/32028
Wy¿ga B, Zawiejska J, GURNELL AM(2018). Editorial: Effects and persistence of river restoration measures: ecological, management and research implications. Science of the Total Environment
10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.02.071
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/34544
SERLET A, GURNELL A, Zolezzi G et al.(2018). BIOMORPHODYNAMICS OF ALTERNATE BARS IN A CHANNELIZED, REGULATED RIVER: AN INTEGRATED HISTORICAL AND MODELLING ANALYSIS. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
10.1002/esp.4349
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/32029
Politti E, Bertoldi W, Gurnell A et al.(2018). Feedbacks between the riparian Salicaceae and hydrogeomorphic processes: A quantitative review. Earth-Science Reviews vol. 176, 147-165.
10.1016/j.earscirev.2017.07.018
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/25534
Gurnell AM, Holloway JV, Liffen T et al.(2018). Plant root and rhizome strength: Are there differences between and within species and rivers?. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
10.1002/esp.4499
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/49486
Shuker LJ, Gurnell AM, Wharton G et al.(2017). MoRPh: a citizen science tool for monitoring and appraising physical habitat changes in rivers. Water and Environment Journal vol. 31, (3) 418-424.
10.1111/wej.12259
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/25139
Zen S, Gurnell AM, Zolezzi G et al.(2017). Exploring the role of trees in the evolution of meander bends: The Tagliamento River, Italy. Water Resources Research
10.1002/2017WR020561
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/25134
Shuker L, Gurnell A, Wharton G et al.(2017). MoRPh: A citizen science tool for monitoring and appraising physical habitat changes in river. Water and Environment Journal
10.1111/wej.12259
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/23447
O Hare MT, Aguiar FC, Asaeda T et al.(2017). Plants in aquatic ecosystems: current trends and future directions. Hydrobiologia1-11.
10.1007/s10750-017-3190-7
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/24934
Belletti B, Rinaldi M, Bussettini M et al.(2017). Characterising physical habitats and fluvial hydromorphology: A new system for the survey and classification of river geomorphic units. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 283, 143-157.
10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.01.032
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/19391
Holloway JV, Rillig MC, Gurnell AM(2017). Physical environmental controls on riparian root profiles associated with black poplar (Populus nigra L.) along the Tagliamento River, Italy. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS vol. 42, (8) 1262-1273.
10.1002/esp.4076
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/19396
Ruiz-Villanueva V, Piégay H, Gurnell AM et al.(2016). Recent advances quantifying the large wood dynamics in river basins: New methods and remaining challenges. Reviews of Geophysics vol. 54, (3) 611-652.
10.1002/2015RG000514
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/16238
England J, Gurnell AM(2016). Incorporating catchment to reach scale processes into hydromorphological assessment in the UK. Water and Environment Journal vol. 30, (1-2) 22-30.
10.1111/wej.12172
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/15719
Holloway JV, Rillig MC, Gurnell AM(2016). Underground riparian wood: Buried stem and coarse root structures of black poplar (Populus nigra L). Geomorphology
10.1016/j.geomorph.2016.08.002
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/15389
Holloway JV, Rillig MC, Gurnell AM(2016). Underground riparian wood: Reconstructing the processes influencing buried stem and coarse root structures of Black Poplar (Populus nigra L.). Geomorphology
10.1016/j.geomorph.2016.07.027
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/15409
Corenblit D, Steiger J, Charrier G et al.(2016). Populus nigra L. establishment and fluvial landform construction: biogeomorphic dynamics within a channelized river. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms vol. 41, (9) 1276-1292.
10.1002/esp.3954
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/15404
Grabowski RC, Gurnell AM(2016). Using historical data in fluvial geomorphology. Tools in Fluvial Geomorphology56-75.
10.1002/9781118648551.ch4
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/15585
GURNELL AM(2016). Trees, wood and river morphodynamics: results from 15 years research on the Tagliamento River, Italy. River Science: Research and Management for the 21st Century, Editors: Gilvear, DJ, Greenwood, MT, Thoms, MC, John Wiley and Sons Ltd (Chichester),
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/12063
Mardhiah U, Caruso T, Gurnell A et al.(2016). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal hyphae reduce soil erosion by surface water flow in a greenhouse experiment. APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY vol. 99, 137-140.
10.1016/j.apsoil.2015.11.027
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/11623
Gurnell AM, Corenblit D, Garcia De Jalon D et al.(2016). A Conceptual Model of Vegetation-hydrogeomorphology Interactions Within River Corridors. RIVER RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS vol. 32, (2) 142-163.
10.1002/rra.2928
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/9458
Grabowski RC, Gurnell AM(2016). Hydrogeomorphology-Ecology Interactions in River Systems. RIVER RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS vol. 32, (2) 139-141.
10.1002/rra.2974
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/11618
Gurnell AM, Grabowski RC(2016). Vegetation-Hydrogeomorphology Interactions in a Low-Energy, Human-Impacted River. RIVER RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS vol. 32, (2) 202-215.
10.1002/rra.2922
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/11620
Gurnell AM, Rinaldi M, Belletti B et al.(2016). A multi-scale hierarchical framework for developing understanding of river behaviour to support river management. Aquatic Sciences vol. 78, (1) 1-16.
10.1007/s00027-015-0424-5
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/9451
Rinaldi M, Gurnell AM, Gonzalez del Tanago M et al.(2016). Classification of river morphology and hydrology to support management and restoration. AQUATIC SCIENCES vol. 78, (1) 17-33.
10.1007/s00027-015-0438-z
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/11621
Grabowski RC, Gurnell AM(2016). Diagnosing problems of fine sediment delivery and transfer in a lowland catchment. AQUATIC SCIENCES vol. 78, (1) 95-106.
10.1007/s00027-015-0426-3
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/9453
Gurnell AM, Bertoldi W, Tockner K et al.(2016). How large is a river? Conceptualizing river landscape signatures and envelopes in four dimensions. WILEY INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEWS-WATER vol. 3, (3) 313-325.
10.1002/wat2.1143
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/11929
Gurnell AM, Rinaldi M, Buijse AD et al.(2016). Hydromorphological frameworks: emerging trajectories. AQUATIC SCIENCES vol. 78, (1) 135-138.
10.1007/s00027-015-0436-1
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/11622
Gonzalez del Tanago M, Gurnell AM, Belletti B et al.(2016). Indicators of river system hydromorphological character and dynamics: understanding current conditions and guiding sustainable river management. AQUATIC SCIENCES vol. 78, (1) 35-55.
10.1007/s00027-015-0429-0
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/9456
Zen S, Zolezzi G, Toffolon M et al.(2015). Biomorphodynamic modelling of inner bank advance in migrating meander bends. Advances in Water Resources vol. 93, (Part B) 166-181.
10.1016/j.advwatres.2015.11.017
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/13135
Shuker JL, Moggridge HL, Gurnell AM(2015). Assessment of hydromorphology following restoration measures in heavily modified rivers: illustrating the potential contribution of the Urban River Survey to Water Framework Directive investigations. AREA vol. 47, (4) 396-407.
10.1111/area.12185
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/10729
Corenblit D, Baas A, Balke T et al.(2015). Engineer pioneer plants respond to and affect geomorphic constraints similarly along water-terrestrial interfaces world-wide. GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY vol. 24, (12) 1363-1376.
10.1111/geb.12373
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/11619
Bertoldi W, Welber M, Gurnell AM et al.(2015). Physical modelling of the combined effect of vegetation and wood on river morphology. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 246, 178-187.
10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.05.038
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/9455
Osei NA, Harvey GL, Gurnell AM(2015). The early impact of large wood introduction on the morphology and sediment characteristics of a lowland river. Limnologica vol. 54, 33-43.
10.1016/j.limno.2015.08.001
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/10730
Lugo GAG, Bertoldi W, Henshaw AJ et al.(2015). The effect of lateral confinement on gravel bed river morphology. WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH vol. 51, (9) 7145-7158.
10.1002/2015WR017081
Osei NA, Gurnell AM, Harvey GL(2015). The role of large wood in retaining fine sediment, organic matter and plant propagules in a small, single-thread forest river. Geomorphology vol. 235, 77-87.
10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.01.031
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/9838
Mardhiah U, Rillig MC, Gurnell A(2015). Reconstructing the development of sampled sites on fluvial island surfaces of the Tagliamento River, Italy, from historical sources. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS vol. 40, (5) 629-641.
10.1002/esp.3658
Belletti B, Rinaldi M, Buijse AD et al.(2015). A review of assessment methods for river hydromorphology. ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCES vol. 73, (5) 2079-2100.
10.1007/s12665-014-3558-1
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/9790
HENSHAW AJ (2015). Development and application of a multi-scale process-based framework for the hydromorphological assessment of European rivers. ENGINEERING GEOLOGY FOR SOCIETY AND TERRITORY, VOL 3: RIVER BASINS, RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION AND WATER RESOURCES. Conference: ENGINEERING GEOLOGY FOR SOCIETY AND TERRITORY
10.1007/978-3-319-09054-2_71
Gurnell AM (2015). Large Wood and River Morphodynamics. ENGINEERING GEOLOGY FOR SOCIETY AND TERRITORY, VOL 3: RIVER BASINS, RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION AND WATER RESOURCES. 131-134.
10.1007/978-3-319-09054-2_25
Henshaw AJ, Bertoldi W, Harvey GL et al. (2015). Large wood dynamics along the tagliamento river, italy: Insights from field and remote sensing investigations. 151-155.
10.1007/978-3-319-09054-2_30
Gurnell A(2015). Plants as river system engineers: further comments. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS vol. 40, (1) 135-137.
10.1002/esp.3671
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/10728
Grabowski RC, Surian N, Gurnell AM(2014). Characterizing geomorphological change to support sustainable river restoration and management. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water vol. 1, (5) 483-512.
10.1002/wat2.1037
GURNELL AM(2014). Characterizing geomorphological change to support sustainable river restoration and management. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water
10.1002/wat2.1037
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/22623
Mardhiah U, Caruso T, Gurnell A et al.(2014). Just a matter of time: Fungi and roots significantly and rapidly aggregate soil over four decades along the Tagliamento River, NE Italy. SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY vol. 75, 133-142.
10.1016/j.soilbio.2014.04.012
Gibbs HM, Gurnell AM, Heppell CM et al.(2014). The role of vegetation in the retention of fine sediment and associated metal contaminants in London's rivers. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms vol. 39, (8) 1115-1127.
10.1002/esp.3575
Bombino G, Boix-Fayos C, Gurnell AM et al.(2014). Check dam influence on vegetation species diversity in mountain torrents of the Mediterranean environment. ECOHYDROLOGY vol. 7, (2) 678-691.
10.1002/eco.1389
Corenblit D, Steiger J, Gonzalez E et al.(2014). The biogeomorphological life cycle of poplars during the fluvial biogeomorphological succession: a special focus on Populus nigra L. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS vol. 39, (4) 546-563.
10.1002/esp.3515
Gurnell A(2014). Plants as river system engineers. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS vol. 39, (1) 4-25.
10.1002/esp.3397
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/10726
Gurnell AM, O'Hare MT, O'Hare JM et al.(2013). The geomorphological context and impact of the linear emergent macrophyte, Sparganium erectum L.: a statistical analysis of observations from British rivers. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS vol. 38, (15) 1869-1880.
10.1002/esp.3473
http://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/9457
Liffen T, Gurnell AM, O'Hare MT(2013). Profiling, the below ground biomass of an emergent macrophyte using an adapted ingrowth core method. AQUATIC BOTANY vol. 110, 97-102.
10.1016/j.aquabot.2013.05.008
Camporeale C, Perucca E, Ridolfi L et al.(2013). MODELING THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN RIVER MORPHODYNAMICS AND RIPARIAN VEGETATION. REVIEWS OF GEOPHYSICS vol. 51, (3) 379-414.
10.1002/rog.20014
Garofano-Gomez V, Martinez-Capel F, Bertoldi W et al.(2013). Six decades of changes in the riparian corridor of a Mediterranean river: a synthetic analysis based on historical data sources. ECOHYDROLOGY vol. 6, (4) 536-553.
10.1002/eco.1330
Liffen T, Gurnell AM, O'Hare MT et al.(2013). Associations between the morphology and biomechanical properties of Sparganium erectum: Implications for survival and ecosystem engineering. AQUATIC BOTANY vol. 105, 18-24.
10.1016/j.aquabot.2012.11.001
Henshaw AJ, Gurnell AM, Bertoldi W et al.(2013). An assessment of the degree to which Landsat TM data can support the assessment of fluvial dynamics, as revealed by changes in vegetation extent and channel position, along a large river. Geomorphology vol. 202, 74-85.
10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.01.011
Bertoldi W, Gurnell AM, Welber M(2013). Wood recruitment and retention: The fate of eroded trees on a braided river explored using a combination of field and remotely-sensed data sources. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 180, 146-155.
10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.10.003
Beechie T, Richardson JS, Gurnell AM et al.(2012). Watershed Processes, Human Impacts, and Process-Based Restoration. Stream and Watershed Restoration: A Guide to Restoring Riverine Processes and Habitats,
Cockel CP, Gurnell AM(2012). An investigation of the composition of the urban riparian soil propagule bank along the River Brent, Greater London, UK, in comparison with previous propagule bank studies in rural areas. URBAN ECOSYSTEMS vol. 15, (2) 367-387.
10.1007/s11252-011-0203-6
Shuker L, Gurnell AM, Raco M(2012). Some simple tools for communicating the biophysical condition of urban rivers to support decision making in relation to river restoration. URBAN ECOSYSTEMS vol. 15, (2) 389-408.
10.1007/s11252-011-0207-2
Perona P, Molnar P, Crouzy B et al.(2012). Biomass selection by floods and related timescales: Part 1. Experimental observations. ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES vol. 39, 85-96.
10.1016/j.advwatres.2011.09.016
Gurnell AM, Bertoldi W, Corenblit D(2012). Changing river channels: The roles of hydrological processes, plants and pioneer fluvial landforms in humid temperate, mixed load, gravel bed rivers. EARTH-SCIENCE REVIEWS vol. 111, (1-2) 129-141.
10.1016/j.earscirev.2011.11.005
Gurnell A(2012). FLUVIAL GEOMORPHOLOGY Wood and river landscapes. NATURE GEOSCIENCE vol. 5, (2) 93-94.
10.1038/ngeo1382
Cockel, C.P., Gurnell AM, Gurnell J(2012). CONSEQUENCES OF THE PHYSICAL MANAGEMENT OF AN INVASIVE ALIEN PLANT FOR RIPARIAN PLANT SPECIES RICHNESS AND DIVERSITY. River Research and Applications: an international journal devoted to river research and management vol. Early View,
10.1002/rra.2633
O'Hare JM, O'Hare MT, Gurnell AM et al.(2012). Influence of an ecosystem engineer, the emergent macrophyte Sparganium erectum, on seed trapping in lowland rivers and consequences for landform colonisation. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY vol. 57, (1) 104-115.
10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02701.x
Liffen T, Gurnell AM, O'Hare MT et al.(2011). Biomechanical properties of the emergent aquatic macrophyte Sparganium erectum: Implications for fine sediment retention in low energy rivers. ECOL ENG vol. 37, (11) 1925-1931.
10.1016/j.ecoleng.2011.06.015
Pollen-Bankhead N, Thomas RE, Gurnell AM et al.(2011). Quantifying the potential for flow to remove the emergent aquatic macrophyte Sparganium erectum from the margins of low-energy rivers. ECOL ENG vol. 37, (11) 1779-1788.
10.1016/j.ecoleng.2011.06.027
Bertoldi W, Drake NA, Gurnell AM(2011). Interactions between river flows and colonizing vegetation on a braided river: exploring spatial and temporal dynamics in riparian vegetation cover using satellite data. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 36, (11) 1474-1486.
10.1002/esp.2166
O'Hare JM, O'Hare MT, Gurnell AM et al.(2011). PHYSICAL CONSTRAINTS ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF MACROPHYTES LINKED WITH FLOW AND SEDIMENT DYNAMICS IN BRITISH RIVERS. RIVER RES APPL vol. 27, (6) 671-683.
10.1002/rra.1379
Bertoldi W, Gurnell AM, Drake NA(2011). The topographic signature of vegetation development along a braided river: Results of a combined analysis of airborne lidar, color air photographs, and ground measurements. WATER RESOUR RES vol. 47, Article W06525,
10.1029/2010WR010319
Corenblit D, Baas ACW, Bornette G et al.(2011). Feedbacks between geomorphology and biota controlling Earth surface processes and landforms: A review of foundation concepts and current understandings. EARTH-SCI REV vol. 106, (3-4) 307-331.
10.1016/j.earscirev.2011.03.002
GURNELL A, Shuker L, Lee M et al.(2011). Gradients in the biophysical structure of urban rivers and their association with river channel engineering. River Research and Applications
10.1002/rra.1487
Clifford NJ, Wright NG, Harvey G et al.(2010). Numerical Modeling of River Flow for Ecohydraulic Applications: Some Experiences with Velocity Characterization in Field and Simulated Data. J HYDRAUL ENG-ASCE vol. 136, (12) 1033-1041.
10.1061/(ASCE)HY.1943-7900.0000057
Bradley C, Clay A, Clifford NJ et al.(2010). Variations in saturated and unsaturated water movement through an upland floodplain wetland, mid-Wales, UK. J HYDROL vol. 393, (3-4) 349-361.
10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.08.029
Moggridge HL, Gurnell AM(2010). HYDROLOGICAL CONTROLS ON THE TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION OF PLANT PROPAGULES WITHIN RIPARIAN ZONES. RIVER RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS vol. 26, (4) 512-527.
10.1002/rra.1273
Gurnell AM, O'Hare JM, O'Hare MT et al.(2010). An exploration of associations between assemblages of aquatic plant morphotypes and channel geomorphological properties within British rivers. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 116, (1-2) 135-144.
10.1016/j.geomorph.2009.10.014
Corenblit D, Steiger J, Gurnell AM et al.(2009). Control of sediment dynamics by vegetation as a key function driving biogeomorphic succession within fluvial corridors. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 34, (13) 1790-1810.
10.1002/esp.1876
Moggridge HL, Gurnell AM(2009). Controls on the sexual and asexual regeneration of Salicaceae along a highly dynamic, braided river system. AQUAT SCI vol. 71, (3) 305-317.
10.1007/s00027-009-9193-3
Gurnell A, Tubino M, Tockner K(2009). Linkages and feedbacks in highly dynamic alpine fluvial systems. AQUAT SCI vol. 71, (3) 251-252.
10.1007/s00027-009-9021-9
Gurnell A, Surian N, Zanoni L(2009). Multi-thread river channels: A perspective on changing European alpine river systems. AQUAT SCI vol. 71, (3) 253-265.
10.1007/s00027-009-9186-2
Corenblit D, Steiger J, Gurnell AM et al.(2009). Plants intertwine fluvial landform dynamics with ecological succession and natural selection: a niche construction perspective for riparian systems. GLOBAL ECOL BIOGEOGR vol. 18, (4) 507-520.
10.1111/j.1466-8238.2009.00461.x
Bombino G, Gurnell AM, Tamburino V et al.(2009). Adjustments in channel form, sediment calibre and vegetation around check-dams in the headwater reaches of mountain torrents, Calabria, Italy. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 34, (7) 1011-1021.
10.1002/esp.1791
Moggridge HL, Gurnell AM, Mountford JO(2009). Propagule input, transport and deposition in riparian environments: the importance of connectivity for diversity. J VEG SCI vol. 20, (3) 465-474.
10.1111/j.1654-1103.2009.05498.x
Rinaldi M, Gurnell A, Bertoldi W et al.(2009). RIVER RESTORATION: ADVANCES IN RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS. SELECTED PAPERS FROM THE FOURTH EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR RIVER RESTORATION CONFERENCE, VENICE, JUNE 2008. RIVER RES APPL vol. 25, (5) 499-500.
10.1002/rra.1280
Bertoldi W, Gurnell A, Surian N et al.(2009). UNDERSTANDING REFERENCE PROCESSES: LINKAGES BETWEEN RIVER FLOWS, SEDIMENT DYNAMICS AND VEGETATED LANDFORMS ALONG THE TAGLIAMENTO RIVER, ITALY. RIVER RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS vol. 25, (5) 501-516.
10.1002/rra.1233
Vaughan IP, Diamond M, Gurnell AM et al.(2009). Integrating ecology with hydromorphology: a priority for river science and management. AQUAT CONSERV vol. 19, (1) 113-125.
10.1002/aqc.895
Harvey GL, Gurnell AM, Clifford NJ(2008). Characterisation of river reaches: The influence of rock type. CATENA vol. 76, (1) 78-88.
10.1016/j.catena.2008.09.010
Francis RA, Hoggart SPG, Gurnell AM et al.(2008). Meeting the challenges of urban river habitat restoration: developing a methodology for the River Thames through central London. AREA vol. 40, (4) 435-445.
10.1111/j.1475-4762.2008.00826.x
Corenblit D, Steiger J, Tabacchi E et al.(2008). A conceptual and methodological framework for the study of vegetated fluvial landscape evolutionary trajectories. Wetlands: Ecology, Conservation and Restoration, Editors: Russo, RE, Nova Science Pub Inc
Zanoni L, Gurnell A, Drake N et al.(2008). ISLAND DYNAMICS IN A BRAIDED RIVER FROM ANALYSIS OF HISTORICAL MAPS AND AIR PHOTOGRAPHS. RIVER RES APPL vol. 24, (8) 1141-1159.
10.1002/rra.1086
Harvey GL, Clifford NJ, Gurnell AM(2008). Towards an ecologically meaningful classification of the flow biotope for river inventory, rehabilitation, design and appraisal purposes. J ENVIRON MANAGE vol. 88, (4) 638-650.
10.1016/j.jenvman.2007.03.039
Francis RA, Petts GE, Gurnell AM(2008). Wood as a driver of past landscape change along river corridors. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 33, (10) 1622-1626.
10.1002/esp.1626
Gurnell AM, Blackall TD, Petts GE(2008). Characteristics of freshly deposited sand and finer sediments along an island-braided, gravel-bed river: The roles of water, wind and trees. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 99, (1-4) 254-269.
10.1016/j.geomorph.2007.11.009
Corenblit D, Gurnell AM, Steiger J et al.(2008). Reciprocal adjustments between landforms and living organisms: Extended geomorphic evolutionary insights. CATENA vol. 73, (3) 261-273.
10.1016/j.catena.2007.11.002
Gurnell A, Thompson K, Goodson J et al.(2008). Propagule deposition along river margins: linking hydrology and ecology. J ECOL vol. 96, (3) 553-565.
10.1111/j.1365-2745.2008.01358.x
Bombino G, Gurnell AM, Tamburino V et al.(2008). Sediment size variation in torrents with check dams: Effects on riparian vegetation. ECOL ENG vol. 32, (2) 166-177.
10.1016/j.ecoleng.2007.10.011
Bombino G, Gurnell AM, Tamburino V et al.(2008). Una metodologia per la valutazione degli effeti delle briglie sulla vegetazione ripale. L'Acqua vol. 4, 17-26.
Corenblit D, Steiger J, Gurnell A et al.(2007). Darwinian origin of landforms. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 32, (13) 2070-2073.
10.1002/esp.1536
Gurnell AM(2007). Analogies between mineral sediment and vegetative particle dynamics in fluvial systems. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 89, (1-2) 9-22.
10.1016/j.geomorph.2006.07.012
Hannah DM, Brown LE, Milner AM et al.(2007). Integrating climate-hydrology-ecology for alpine river systems. AQUAT CONSERV vol. 17, (6) 636-656.
10.1002/aqc.800
Corenblit D, Tabacchi E, Steiger J et al.(2007). Reciprocal interactions and adjustments between fluvial landforms and vegetation dynamics in river corridors: A review of complementary approaches. EARTH-SCI REV vol. 84, (1-2) 56-86.
10.1016/j.earscirev.2007.05.004
Gurnell A, Goodson J, Thompson K et al.(2007). Three seedling emergence methods in soil seed bank studies: implications for interpretation of propagule deposition in riparian zones. SEED SCI RES vol. 17, (3) 183-199.
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Bombino G, Gurnell AM, Tamburino V et al.(2007). A method for assessing channelization effects on riparian vegetation in a Mediterranean environment. RIVER RES APPL vol. 23, (6) 613-630.
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Gurnell A, Goodson J, Thompson K et al.(2007). The river-bed: a dynamic store for plant propagules?. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS vol. 32, (8) 1257-1272.
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Gurnell A(2007). Wood in world rivers. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 32, (8) 1129-1130.
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Bombino G, Gurnell AM, Tamburino V et al.(2007). A method for assessing channelization effects on riparian vegetation in a mediterranean environment. River Research and Apllications vol. 23, 613-630.
Gurnell AM, Lee M, Souch C(2007). Urban rivers: Hydrology, Geomorphology, Ecology and Opportunities for Change. Geography Compass vol. 1, 1118-1137.
Gurnell A, Petts G(2006). Trees as riparian engineers: The Tagliamento River, Italy. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 31, (12) 1558-1574.
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Gurnell AM, Morrissey IP, Boitsidis AJ et al.(2006). Initial adjustments within a new river channel: Interactions between fluvial processes, colonizing vegetation, and bank profile development. ENVIRON MANAGE vol. 38, (4) 580-596.
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Gurnell AM, Boitsidis AJ, Thompson K et al.(2006). Seed bank, seed dispersal and vegetation cover: Colonization along a newly-created river channel. J VEG SCI vol. 17, (5) 665-674.
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Boitsidis AJ, Gurnell AM, Scott M et al.(2006). A decision support system for identifying the habitat quality and rehabilitation potential of urban rivers. WATER ENVIRON J vol. 20, (3) 130-140.
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Francis RA, Gurnell AM(2006). Initial establishment of vegetative fragments within the active zone of a braided gravel-bed river (River Tagliamento, NE Italy). WETLANDS vol. 26, (3) 641-648.
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Gurnell AM, van Oosterhout MP, de Vlieger B et al.(2006). Reach-scale interactions between aquatic plants and physical habitat: River Frome, Dorset. RIVER RES APPL vol. 22, (6) 667-680.
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Francis RA, GURNELL AM, Petts GE et al. (2006). Riparian tree establishment on gravel bars: interactions between plant growth strategy and the physical environment. Braided Rivers: Process, Deposits, Ecology and Management. Conference: Second International Conference on Braided Rivers vol. 36, 361-380.
Clifford NJ, Soar PJ, Harmar OP et al.(2005). Assessment of hydrodynamic simulation results for eco-hydraulic and eco-hydrological applications: a spatial semivariance approach. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 19, (18) 3631-3648.
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Petts GE, Gurnell AM(2005). Dams and geomorphology: Research progress and future directions. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 71, (1-2) 27-47.
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Gurnell A, Tockner K, Edwards P et al.(2005). Effects of deposited wood on biocomplexity of river corridors. FRONT ECOL ENVIRON vol. 3, (7) 377-382.
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Francis RA, Gurnell AM, Petts GE et al.(2005). Survival and growth responses of Populus nigra, Salix elaeagnos and Alnus incana cuttings to varying levels of hydric stress. FOREST ECOL MANAG vol. 210, (1-3) 291-301.
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GURNELL AM, Peiry JL, Petts GE(2005). Tools in Fluvial Geomorphology. Tools in Fluvial Geomorphology, Editors: Kondolf, GM, Piégay, H, Wiley
Emery JC, Gurnell AM, Geog C et al.(2004). Characteristics and controls of gravel-bed riffles: An analysis of data from the river-habitat survey. WATER ENVIRON J vol. 18, (4) 210-216.
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Davenport AJ, Gurnell AM, Armitage PD(2004). Habitat survey and classification of urban rivers. RIVER RES APPL vol. 20, (6) 687-704.
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Goodson JM, GURNELL AM, Davenport A et al. (2004). Hydrochory, river flow regime and riparian vegetation. Hydrology: Science and Practice for the 21st Century. Conference: British Hydrological Society International Conference from: 12/07/2004 to: 16/07/2004, vol. 2, 99-105.
Davenport AJ, GURNELL AM, Petts GE et al. (2004). Managing urban rivers. Hydrology: Science and Practice for the 21st Century. Conference: British Hydrological Society International Conference from: 12/07/2004 to: 16/07/2004, vol. 2, 257-265.
Clifford NJ, GURNELL AM, Harmar O et al. (2004). Numerical simulation of habitat preferences: geostatistical appraisal for eco-hydraulic and river restoration applications. Aquatic Habitats: Analysis and Restoration. Conference: Fifth International Symposium on Ecohydraulics (Madrid) 777-781.
Goodson JM, Davenport AJ, GURNELL AM et al. (2004). Patterns of hydrochory and sediment deposition along UK river corridors. Aquatic Habitats: Analysis and Restoration. Conference: Fifth International Symposium on Ecohydraulics (Madrid) 1061-1066.
Clifford NJ, GURNELL AM, Soar PJ et al. (2004). Reach-scale river modelling for eco-hydraulic appraisal and rehabilitation design. Hydrology: Science and Practice for the 21st Century. Conference: British Hydrological Society International Conference vol. 2, 48-55.
Francis RA, GURNELL AM, Petts GE (2004). The survival and growth response of Populus nigra fragments within differing hydrogeomorphological conditions. Hydrology: Science and Practice for the 21st Century. Conference: British Hydrological Society International Conference from: 12/07/2004 to: 16/07/2004, vol. 2, 80-89.
Gurnell AM, Goodson JM, Angold PG et al.(2004). Vegetation propagule dynamics and fluvial geomorphology. Riparian Vegetation and Fluvial Geomorphology, Editors: Bennett, SJ, Simon, A, vol. Water and Science Ap, American Geophysical Union
van der Nat D, Tockner K, Edwards PJ et al.(2003). Habitat change in braided flood plains (Tagliamento, NE-Italy). FRESHWATER BIOL vol. 48, (10) 1799-1812.
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Emery JC, Gurnell AM, Clifford NJ et al.(2003). Classifying the hydraulic performance of riffle-pool bedforms for habitat assessment and river rehabilitation design. RIVER RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS vol. 19, (5-6) 533-549.
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Goodson JM, Gurnell AM, Angold PG et al.(2003). Evidence for hydrochory and the deposition of viable seeds within winter flow-deposited sediments: The River Dove, Derbyshire, UK. RIVER RES APPL vol. 19, (4) 317-334.
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Steiger J, Gurnell AM, Goodson JM(2003). Quantifying and characterizing contemporary riparian sedimentation. RIVER RES APPL vol. 19, (4) 335-352.
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Karrenberg S, Kollmann J, Edwards PJ et al.(2003). Patterns in woody vegetation along the active zone of a near-natural Alpine river. BASIC APPL ECOL vol. 4, (2) 157-166.
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Steiger J, Gurnell AM(2003). Spatial hydrogeomorphological influences on sediment and nutrient deposition in riparian zones: observations from the Garonne River, France. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 49, (1-2) 1-23.
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Tockner K, Ward JV, Arscott DB et al.(2003). The Tagliamento River: a model ecosystem of European importance. AQUAT SCI vol. 65, (3) 239-253.
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Gurnell AM(2003). Wood storage and mobility. The Ecology and Management of Wood in World Rivers, Editors: Gregory, SV, Boyer, KL, Gurnell, AM, vol. 37, American Fisheries Society (Bethesda, Maryland, USA),
Goodson JM, Gurnell AM, Angold PG et al.(2002). Riparian seed banks along the lower River Dove, UK: their structure and ecological implications. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 47, (1) 45-60.
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Gurnell AM, Petts GE(2002). Island-dominated landscapes of large floodplain rivers, a European perspective. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY vol. 47, (4) 581-600.
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Gurnell AM, Piegay H, Swanson FJ et al.(2002). Large wood and fluvial processes. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY vol. 47, (4) 601-619.
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Hodson A, Tranter M, Gurnell A et al.(2002). The hydrochemistry of Bayelva, a high Arctic proglacial stream in Svalbard. J HYDROL vol. 257, (1-4) 91-114.
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Gregory KJ, Gurnell AM, Petts GE(2002). Restructuring physical geography. T I BRIT GEOGR vol. 27, (2) 136-154.
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Clifford NJ, Soar PJ, Emery JC et al. (2002). Sustaining water-related ecosystems - the role of in-stream bedform design in river channel rehabilitation. FRIEND 2002-REGIONAL HYDROLOGY: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN RESEARCH AND PRACTICE. Editors: VanLanen, HAJ, Demuth, S, 407-413.
Smith BPG, Hannah DM, Gurnell AM et al.(2001). A hydrogeomorphological context for ecological research on alpine glacial rivers. FRESHWATER BIOL vol. 46, (12) 1579-1596.
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Goodson JM, Gurnell AM, Angold PG et al.(2001). Riparian seed banks: structure, process and implications for riparian management. PROG PHYS GEOG vol. 25, (3) 301-325.
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Webster P, West JR, Gurnell AM et al.(2001). Development, flood risk and the urban environment experiences from the River Tame. JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT vol. 15, (3) 167-173.
Steiger J, Gurnell AM, Petts GE(2001). Sediment deposition along the channel margins of a reach of the middle River Severn, UK. REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT vol. 17, (4-5) 443-460.
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Hannah DM, Gurnell AM(2001). A conceptual, linear reservoir runoff model to investigate melt season changes in cirque glacier hydrology. J HYDROL vol. 246, (1-4) 123-141.
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Tickner DP, Angold PG, Gurnell AM et al.(2001). Riparian plant invasions: hydrogeomorphological control and ecological impacts. PROG PHYS GEOG vol. 25, (1) 22-52.
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Davenport AJ, Gurnell AM, Armitage PD(2001). Classifying urban rivers. WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY vol. 43, (9) 147-155.
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Tickner DP, Angold PG, Gurnell AM et al. (2001). Hydrology as an influence on invasion: Experimental investigations into competition between the alien Impatiens glandulifera and the native Urtica dioica in the UK. PLANT INVASIONS: SPECIES ECOLOGY AND ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT. Editors: Brundu, G, Brock, J, Camarda, I, Child, L et al., 159-167.
Ward JV, Tockner K, Edwards PJ et al. (2001). Potential role of island dynamics in river ecosystems. INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THEORETICAL AND APPLIED LIMNOLOGY, VOL 27, PT 5, PROCEEDINGS. Editors: Williams, WD, vol. 27, 2582-2585.
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Gurnell AM, Petts GE, Hannah DM et al.(2001). Riparian vegetation and island formation along the gravel-bed Fiume Tagliamento, Italy. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 26, (1) 31-62.
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Steiger J, Gurnell AM, Ergenzinger P et al.(2001). Sedimentation in the riparian zone of an incising river. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 26, (1) 91-108.
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Harris NM, Gurnell AM, Hannah DM et al.(2000). Classification of river regimes: a context for hydroecology. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 14, (16-17) 2831-2848.
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Gurnell AM, Hupp CR, Gregory SV(2000). Preface - Linking hydrology and ecology. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 14, (16-17) 2813-2815.
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Gurnell AM, Petts GE, Hannah DM et al.(2000). Wood storage within the active zone of a large European gravel-bed river. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 34, (1-2) 55-72.
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Petts GE, Gurnell AM, Gerrard AJ et al.(2000). Longitudinal variations in exposed riverine sediments: a context for the ecology of the Fiume Tagliamento, Italy. AQUAT CONSERV vol. 10, (4) 249-266.
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Hannah DM, Gurnell AM, McGregor GR(2000). Spatio-temporal variation in microclimate, the surface energy balance and ablation over a cirque glacier. INT J CLIMATOL vol. 20, (7) 733-758.
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Gurnell AM, Petts GE, Harris N et al.(2000). Large wood retention in river channels: The case of the Fiume Tagliamento, Italy. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 25, (3) 255-275.
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Hannah DM, Smith BPG, Gurnell AM et al.(2000). An approach to hydrograph classification. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 14, (2) 317-338.
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Gurnell AM, Edwards PJ, Petts GE et al.(2000). A conceptual model for alpine proglacial river channel evolution under changing climatic conditions. CATENA vol. 38, (3) 223-242.
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Tickner DP, Angold PG, Gurnell AM et al.(2000). Alien invaders: a case study of competition between Impatiens glandulifera and the native Urtica dioica in a riparian environment. Aspects of Applied Biology vol. 58, 213-220.
Gurnell AM, Petts GE, Harris N et al.(2000). Large wood retention in river channels: the case of the Fiume Tagliamento, Italy. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms vol. 25, 255-275.
Foster IDL, Gurnell AM, Walling DE(2000). Sediment delivery to a proglacial river: Mineral magnetic, geochemical and the potential for radionuclide fingerprinting. Tracers in Geomorphology, Editors: Foster, IDL, John Wiley and Sons Ltd (Chichester),
Goodson JM, Morrissey IP, Angold PG et al.(2000). Seed bank secrets of the riverbank. Aspects of Applied Biology vol. 58, 205-212.
Hannah DM, Gurnell AM, McGregor GR(1999). A methodology for investigation of the seasonal evolution in proglacial hydrograph form. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 13, (16) 2603-2621.
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Shi CX, Petts G, Gurnell A(1999). Bench development along the regulated, lower River Dee, UK. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 24, (2) 135-149.
Edwards PJ, Kollmann J, Gurnell AM et al.(1999). A conceptual model of vegetation dynamics on gravel bars of a large Alpine river. Wetlands Ecology and Management vol. 7, 141-153.
Ward JV, Tockner K, Edwards PJ et al.(1999). A reference river system for the Alps: The 'Fiume Tagliamento'. REGUL RIVER vol. 15, (1-3) 63-75.
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Greenwood MT, Bickerton MA, Gurnell AM et al.(1999). Channel changes and invertebrate faunas below Nant-y-Moch dam, River Rheidol, Wales, UK: 35 Years on. REGUL RIVER vol. 15, (1-3) 99-112.
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Hannah DM, Gurnell AM, McGregor GR (1999). Identifying links between large-scale atmospheric circulation and local glacier ablation climates in the French Pyrenees. INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE CRYOSPHERE, CLIMATE AND GREENHOUSE GASES. Editors: Tranter, M, Armstrong, R, Brun, E, Jones, G et al., 155-163.
Gurnell AM, Sweet R(1998). The distribution of large woody debris accumulations and pools in relation to woodland stream management in a small, low-gradient stream. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 23, (12) 1101-1121.
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Gurnell AM(1998). The hydrogeomorphological effects of beaver dam-building activity. PROG PHYS GEOG vol. 22, (2) 167-189.
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Gurnell AM, Bickerton M, Angold P et al.(1998). Morphological and ecological change on a meander bend: the role of hydrological processes and the application of GIS. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 12, (6) 981-993.
Gurnell A, Montgomery D(1998). Preface: Hydrological applications of GIS. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 12, (6) 821-822.
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Hodson AJ, Gurnell AM, Washington R et al.(1998). Meteorological and runoff time-series characteristics in a small, high-Arctic glaciated basin, Svalbard. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 12, (3) 509-526.
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Hodson A, Gurnell A, Tranter M et al.(1998). Suspended sediment yield and transfer processes in a small High-Artic glacier basin, Svalbard. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 12, (1) 73-86.
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Gurnell AM(1997). Adjustments in river channel geometry associated with hydraulic discontinuities across the fluvial-tidal transition of a regulated river. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 22, (10) 967-985.
Piegay H, Gurnell AM(1997). Large woody debris and river geomorphological pattern: Examples from SE France and S England. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 19, (1-2) 99-116.
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Gurnell A(1997). The hydrological and geomorphological significance of forested floodplains. GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY vol. 6, (3-4) 219-229.
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Gurnell AM(1997). Channel change on the River Dee meanders, 1946-1992, from the analysis of air photographs. REGUL RIVER vol. 13, (1) 13-26.
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Hodson AJ, Tranter M, Dowdeswell JA et al.(1997). Glacier thermal regime and suspended-sediment yield: a comparison of two high-Arctic glaciers. ANNALS OF GLACIOLOGY, VOL 24, 1997 vol. 24, 32-37.
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Piégay H, Gurnell AM(1997). Large woody debris and river geomorphological pattern: Examples from S.E. France and S. England. Geomorphology vol. 19, 99-116.
Angold PG, Gurnell AM, Edwards PJ(1996). Locational errors in maps from environmental surveys and their implications for information extraction. J ENVIRON MANAGE vol. 47, (4) 341-354.
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Richards K, Sharp M, Arnold N et al.(1996). An integrated approach to modelling hydrology and water quality in glacierized catchments. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 10, (4) 479-508.
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Tranter M, Brown GH, Hodson AJ et al.(1996). Hydrochemistry as an indicator of subglacial drainage system structure: A comparison of Alpine and sub-polar environments. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 10, (4) 541-556.
Gurnell AM, Angold PG, Edwards PJ(1996). Extracting information from river corridor surveys. APPL GEOGR vol. 16, (1) 1-19.
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Gurnell AM (1996). Hydrological and geomorphological change on the River Dee meanders. RIVERTECH '96 - 1ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NEW/EMERGING CONCEPTS FOR RIVERS, PROCEEDINGS, VOLS 1 AND 2. Editors: Maxwell, WHC, Preul, HC, Stout, GE, 484-491.
Gurnell A, Hannah D, Lawler D (1996). Suspended sediment yield from glacier basins. EROSION AND SEDIMENT YIELD: GLOBAL AND REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES. Editors: Walling, DE, Webb, BW, 97-104.
ANGOLD PG, GURNELL AM, EDWARDS PJ(1995). INFORMATION FROM RIVER-CORRIDOR SURVEYS. J CHART INST WATER E vol. 9, (5) 489-498.
GURNELL AM, GREGORY KJ(1995). INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SEMINATURAL VEGETATION AND HYDROGEOMORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSES. GEOMORPHOLOGY vol. 13, (1-4) 49-69.
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MCGREGOR G, PETTS GE, GURNELL AM et al.(1995). SENSITIVITY OF ALPINE STREAM ECOSYSTEMS TO CLIMATE-CHANGE AND HUMAN IMPACTS. AQUAT CONSERV vol. 5, (3) 233-247.
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GURNELL AM, GREGORY KJ, PETTS GE(1995). THE ROLE OF COARSE WOODY DEBRIS IN FOREST AQUATIC HABITATS - IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT. AQUAT CONSERV vol. 5, (2) 143-166.
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GURNELL AM, SIMMONS D, EDWARDS PJ(1995). INTEGRATING RIVER CORRIDOR ENVIRONMENT INFORMATION THROUGH MULTIVARIATE ECOLOGICAL ANALYSIS AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS. Editors: Harper, D, Ferguson, AJD,
GURNELL AM, DOWNWARD SR, JONES R(1994). CHANNEL PLANFORM CHANGE ON THE RIVER DEE MEANDERS, 1876-1992. REGUL RIVER vol. 9, (4) 187-204.
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GURNELL AM, ANGOLD P, GREGORY KJ(1994). CLASSIFICATION OF RIVER CORRIDORS - ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED IN DEVELOPING AN OPERATIONAL METHODOLOGY. AQUAT CONSERV vol. 4, (3) 219-231.
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BROWN GH, SHARP MJ, TRANTER M et al.(1994). IMPACT OF POST-MIXING CHEMICAL-REACTIONS ON THE MAJOR ION CHEMISTRY OF BULK MELTWATERS DRAINING THE HAUT GLACIER DAROLLA, VALAIS, SWITZERLAND. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 8, (5) 465-480.
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GREGORY KJ, GURNELL AM, HILL CT et al.(1994). STABILITY OF THE POOL RIFFLE SEQUENCE IN CHANGING RIVER CHANNELS. REGUL RIVER vol. 9, (1) 35-43.
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DOWNWARD SR, GURNELL AM, BROOKES A (1994). A METHODOLOGY FOR QUANTIFYING RIVER CHANNEL PLANFORM CHANGE USING GIS. VARIABILITY IN STREAM EROSION AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT. Editors: Olive, LJ, Loughran, RJ, Kesby, JA, 449-456.
GURNELL AM, MIDGLEY P(1994). AQUATIC WEED GROWTH AND FLOW RESISTANCE - INFLUENCE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DISCHARGE AND STAGE OVER A 25 YEAR RIVER GAUGING STATION RECORD. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 8, (1) 63-73.
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Tranter M, Brown GH, Raiswell R et al.(1994). On solute acquisition of alpine glacial meltwaters. Journal of Glaciology vol. 13, 573-581.
GURNELL AM, BROWN GH, TRANTER M(1994). SAMPLING STRATEGY TO DESCRIBE THE TEMPORAL HYDROCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ALPINE PROGLACIAL STREAM. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 8, (1) 1-25.
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TRANTER M, BROWN GH, HODSON A et al. (1994). VARIATIONS IN THE NITRATE CONCENTRATION OF GLACIAL RUNOFF IN ALPINE AND SUB-POLAR ENVIRONMENTS. SNOW AND ICE COVERS: INTERACTIONS WITH THE ATMOSPHERE AND ECOSYSTEMS. Editors: Jones, HG, Davies, TD, Ohmura, A, Morris, EM et al., 299-311.
GURNELL AM, HODSON A, CLARK MJ et al. (1994). WATER AND SEDIMENT DISCHARGE FROM GLACIER BASINS - AN ARCTIC AND ALPINE COMPARISON. VARIABILITY IN STREAM EROSION AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT. Editors: Olive, LJ, Loughran, RJ, Kesby, JA, 325-334.
TRANTER M, BROWN G, RAISWELL R et al.(1993). A CONCEPTUAL-MODEL OF SOLUTE ACQUISITION BY ALPINE GLACIAL MELTWATERS. J GLACIOL vol. 39, (133) 573-581.
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GURNELL AM, SIMMONS D, EDWARDS PJ et al. (1993). GIS AND MULTIVARIATE ECOLOGICAL ANALYSIS - AN INPUT TO INTEGRATED RIVER CHANNEL MANAGEMENT. APPLICATION OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT. Editors: Kovar, K, Nachtnebel, HP, vol. 211, 363-374.
GURNELL AM(1993). HOW MANY RESERVOIRS - AN ANALYSIS OF FLOW RECESSIONS FROM A GLACIER BASIN. J GLACIOL vol. 39, (132) 409-414.
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GURNELL AM, CLARK MJ, HILL CT(1992). ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF PATTERNS WITHIN AND BETWEEN HYDROCLIMATOLOGICAL TIME-SERIES IN AN ALPINE GLACIER BASIN. EARTH SURF PROCESSES vol. 17, (8) 821-839.
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GURNELL AM, CLARK MJ, HILL CT et al. (1992). RELIABILITY AND REPRESENTATIVENESS OF A SUSPENDED SEDIMENT CONCENTRATION MONITORING PROGRAM FOR A REMOTE ALPINE PROGLACIAL RIVER. EROSION AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT MONITORING PROGRAMMES IN RIVER BASINS. Editors: Bogen, J, Walling, DE, Day, TJ, vol. 210, 191-200.
WHARTON G, ARNELL NW, GREGORY KJ et al.(1989). RIVER DISCHARGE ESTIMATED FROM CHANNEL DIMENSIONS. J HYDROL vol. 106, (3-4) 365-376.
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Edwards PJ, Clark MJ, Gurnell AM(1989). Ecological data for planning and industry. Bulletin of the Italian Ecological Society vol. X, 3-4.
Clark MJ, Gurnell AM, Threlfall JL(1988). Suspended sediment transport in arctic rivers. Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie vol. 71, 147-156.
Bezinge A, Clark MJ, Gurnell AM et al.(1988). The management of sediment transport by glacial meltwater streams and its significance for the estimation of sediment yield. Annals of glaciology vol. 9, 1-8.
GURNELL AM, GREGORY KJ(1987). VEGETATION CHARACTERISTICS AND THE PREDICTION OF RUNOFF - ANALYSIS OF AN EXPERIMENT IN THE NEW FOREST, HAMPSHIRE. HYDROL PROCESS vol. 1, (2) 125-142.
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Clark MJ, Gurnell AM, Hancock P(1987). Design of ground data inputs to image processing for glacial and fluvioglacial modelling using remote sensing. Annals of Glaciology vol. 9, 45-49.
Clark MJ, Gurnell AM, Milton EJ et al.(1986). The potential of remotely-sensed vegetation classification as a snow depth surrogate for hydrological analysis in sub-arctic Fennoscandia. Fennia vol. 163, 195-216.
FENN CR, GURNELL AM, BEECROFT IR(1985). AN EVALUATION OF THE USE OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT RATING CURVES FOR THE PREDICTION OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT CONCENTRATION IN A PROGLACIAL STREAM. GEOGR ANN A vol. 67, (1-2) 71-82.
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GURNELL AM, GREGORY KJ, HOLLIS S et al.(1985). DETRENDED CORRESPONDENCE-ANALYSIS OF HEATHLAND VEGETATION - THE IDENTIFICATION OF RUNOFF CONTRIBUTING AREAS. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 10, (4) 343-351.
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GURNELL AM, FENN CR(1985). SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN ELECTRICAL-CONDUCTIVITY IN A PRO-GLACIAL STREAM SYSTEM. J GLACIOL vol. 31, (108) 108-114.
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GREGORY KJ, GURNELL AM, HILL CT(1985). THE PERMANENCE OF DEBRIS DAMS RELATED TO RIVER CHANNEL PROCESSES. HYDROLOG SCI J vol. 30, (3) 371-381.
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GURNELL AM, FENN CR(1984). BOX-JENKINS TRANSFER-FUNCTION MODELS APPLIED TO SUSPENDED SEDIMENT CONCENTRATION-DISCHARGE RELATIONSHIPS IN A PROGLACIAL STREAM. ARCTIC ALPINE RES vol. 16, (1) 93-106.
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ARNELL NW, CLARK MJ, GURNELL AM(1984). FLOOD INSURANCE AND EXTREME EVENTS - THE ROLE OF CRISIS IN PROMPTING CHANGES IN BRITISH INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSE TO FLOOD HAZARD. APPL GEOGR vol. 4, (2) 167-181.
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GURNELL AM, FENN CR(1984). FLOW SEPARATION, SEDIMENT SOURCE AREAS AND SUSPENDED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN A PRO-GLACIAL STREAM. CATENA vol. Supplement 5, 109-119.
GURNELL AM(1983). DOWNSTREAM CHANNEL ADJUSTMENTS IN RESPONSE TO WATER ABSTRACTION FOR HYDROELECTRIC POWER-GENERATION FROM ALPINE GLACIAL MELT-WATER STREAMS. GEOGR J vol. 149, (NOV) 342-354.
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GURNELL AM(1983). SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN SUSPENDED SEDIMENT CONCENTRATION IN A PROGLACIAL STREAM NETWORK. J GEOL SOC LONDON vol. 140, (MAR) 322-322.
GURNELL AM(1982). THE DYNAMICS OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT CONCENTRATION IN AN ALPINE PRO-GLACIAL STREAM NETWORK. HYDROLOG SCI J vol. 27, (2) 270-270.
GURNELL AM(1981). HEATHLAND VEGETATION, SOIL-MOISTURE AND DYNAMIC CONTRIBUTING AREA. EARTH SURF PROC LAND vol. 6, (6) 553-570.
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Gurnell AM(1981). Mapping potential evapotranspiration: the smooth interpolation of isolines with a low density station network. Applied Geography vol. 1, (3) 167-183.
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GURNELL AM(1978). DYNAMICS OF A DRAINAGE NETWORK. NORD HYDROL vol. 9, (5) 293-306.
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Gurnell AM(1977). Streamflow fluctuations during periods of no measurable precipitation. Weather vol. 32, 149-151.
Gurnell AM(1976). A note on the contribution of fog drip to streamflow. Weather vol. 31, 121-126.
Foyster AM(1975). Mapping runoff by the grid square technique. Nordic hydrology vol. 6, 207-221.
Foyster AM(1973). Application of the grid square technique to mapping of evapotranspiration. Journal of Hydrology vol. 19, 205-226.
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