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Dr Christopher Hackney
Comparisons of regression and machine learning methods for estimating mangrove above-ground biomass using multiple remote sensing data in the red River Estuaries of Vietnam2022
Dr Christopher Hackney
Learning from natural sediments to tackle microplastics challenges: A multidisciplinary perspective2022
Dr Christopher Hackney
Social differences in spatial perceptives about local benefits from rehabilitated mangroves: Insights from Vietnam2022
Dr Christopher Hackney
2020-Vision: Understanding climate (in)action through the emotional lens of loss2021
Dr Christopher Hackney
Impacts of dams and climate change on suspended sediment flux to the Mekong delta2021
Dr Christopher Hackney
Sand mining far outpaces natural supply in a large alluvial river2021
Dr Christopher Hackney
Sand, gravel and the UN sustainable development goals: conflicts, synergies and ways forward2021
Dr Christopher Hackney
Species-specific impact of microplastics on coral physiology2021
Dr Christopher Hackney
The combined effect of discharge and tides on low-angle dune evolution at the tidal current limit of the Changjiang Estuary2021
Professor Andrew Henderson
Professor Andy Large
Dr Christopher Hackney
Tropical Asian mega-delta ponds: Important and threatened socio-ecological systems2021
Dr Christopher Hackney
Drainage and erosion of Cambodia's Great Lake in the middle-late Holocene: the combined role of climatic drying, base-level fall and river capture2020
Dr Christopher Hackney
Hydrological/Hydraulic Modeling-Based Thresholding of Multi SAR Remote Sensing Data for Flood Monitoring in Regions of the Vietnamese Lower Mekong River Basin2020
Dr Christopher Hackney
Integrating suspended sediment flux in large alluvial river channels: Application of a synoptic Rouse-based model to the Irrawaddy and Salween rivers2020
Dr Christopher Hackney
Multi-decadal changes in mangrove extent, age and species in the Red River Estuaries of Viet Nam2020
Dr Christopher Hackney
River bank instability from unsustainable sand mining in the lower Mekong River2020
Dr Christopher Hackney
Sub-arctic river bank dynamics and driving processes during open-channel flow period2020
Dr Christopher Hackney
Natural and anthropogenic influences on the Nhecolândia wetland, SE Pantanal, Brazil.2019
Dr Christopher Hackney
River to Reservoir: Geoscience to Engineering2019
Dr Christopher Hackney
Time is running out for sand2019
Dr Christopher Hackney
Water quality modelling of the Mekong River basin: Climate change and socioeconomics drive flow and nutrient flux changes to the Mekong Delta2019
Dr Christopher Hackney
Low-angle dunes in the Changjiang (Yangtze) Estuary: Flow and sediment dynamics under tidal influence2018
Dr Christopher Hackney
The influence of flow discharge variations on the morphodynamics of a diffluence–confluence unit on a large river2018
Dr Christopher Hackney
Extreme flood‐driven fluvial bank erosion and sediment loads: direct process measurements using integrated Mobile Laser Scanning (MLS) and hydro‐acoustic techniques2017
Dr Christopher Hackney
Fluvial sediment supply to a mega-delta reduced by shifting tropical-cyclone activity2016
Dr Christopher Hackney
Landscapes on the edge: examining the role of climatic interactions in shaping coastal watersheds using a coastal-terrestrial landscape evolution model,2015
Dr Christopher Hackney
Modulation of outer bank erosion by slump blocks: Disentangling the protective and destructive role of failed material on the three‐dimensional flow structure2015
Dr Christopher Hackney
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in geomorphological mapping2015