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Professor Andy Large
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Dr Claire Walsh
A predictive typology for characterising hydromorphology2008
Lucy Bolton
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Robert Spencer
Spectrophotometric properties of surface water dissolved organic matter in an afforested upland peat catchment2008
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
A basin-full of geography2007
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Bed clusters in humid perennial and Mediterranean ephemeral gravel-bed streams: The effect of clast size and bed material sorting2007
Emeritus Professor Vivian Cook
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Chomsky's Universal Grammar: An Introduction2007
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Managing protected areas. A global guide2007
Professor Andy Large
Dr Will Mayes
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Using long-term monitoring of fen hydrology and vegetation to underpin wetland restoration strategies2007
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Professor Andy Large
'Natural' rivers, 'hydromorphological quality' and river restoration: A challenging new agenda for applied fluvial geomorphology2006
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Andy Large
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Typology approach to assessing the impact of climate change in instream physical habitat2006
Professor Andy Large
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Hydromorphological Quality - a policy template for channel design in river restoration.2005
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Particle clusters in gravel-bed rivers: An experimental morphological approach to bed material transport and stability concepts2005
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Public participation in river basin planning and management: Quality-of-Life Capital as an information aid to sustainable decisions2005
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
River channel management: Towards sustainable catchment hydrosystems2005
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Environmental capital: An information core to public participation in strategic and operational decisions - The example of river 'Best Practice' projects2004
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Integrating the biophysical and social science frameworks for IWRM/IRBM: rationality and reality2004
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Review of: Applied geomorphology2004
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
The hydraulic impact and performance of a lowland rehabilitation scheme based on pool-riffle installation: The River Waveney, Scole, Suffolk, UK2004
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Environmental change in river channels: A neglected element. Towards geomorphological typologies, standards and monitoring2003
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Guidebook of Applied Fluvial Geomorphology2003
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Geomorphological concepts and tools for sustainable river ecosystem management2002
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
The management of gravel-bed rivers in England and Wales: from geomorphological research to strategy and operations2002
David Archer
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
The use of indices of flow variability in assessing the hydrological and instream habitat impacts of upland afforestation and drainage2002
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Gravel-bed rivers: science and sustainable management: conference opener2001
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Dr Andrew Baker
The potential role of freshwater luminescence measurements in exploring runoff pathways in upland catchments2001
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Geomorphology, ecology and river channel habitat: Mesoscale approaches to basin-scale challenges2000
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Science and sustainability: addressing the world water 'crisis'2000
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
The management of gravel-bed rivers in England and Wales; from geomorphological research to strategy and operations.2000
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Towards the assessment of 'ecological integrity' in running waters of the United Kingdom2000
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Towards the assessment of 'ecological integrity' in running waters of the United Kingdom2000
Dr David Passmore
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Controls of short and long term river instability: processes and patterns in gravel-beds rivers, the Tyne basin, northern England.1999
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis1999
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
River catchment planning1999
Dr David Passmore
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Controls of short and long term river instability: processes and patterns in gravel-bed rivers, the Tyne basin, northern England.1998
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
M Charlton
Instream habitat in gravel-bed rivers: identification and characterization of biotopes1998